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Come experience FLIGHT, a witty & endearing play about the famous Wright Brothers! Though the author doesn't claim it happened exactly this way, playwright Arthur Giron takes the excitement of turn of the century invention and fuses it with familiar family dynamics, hitting several different currents along the way. Flight takes place in Dayton, Ohio, and Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, in the early 1900s. Its heartfelt comedy, honesty and energy makes this play a delight for all audiences.
It is not necessary to print your ticket. Upon arrival, please provide your name to our Box Office member and your ticket status will be verified. There is also a PDF version of your ticket which you are welcome to save and show at the Box Office.
The theatre will open 30 minutes prior to the performance. Guests may enjoy concessions for purchase including beer & wine. All profits go to the GJCAE 501(c)(3) and Firebox Theatre Company.
The theatre is located upstairs above The Cotton Company. Main entry will be off of S. White St. through the farthest front right door of The Cotton Company. If you need use of a ramp, please travel to the back of the building (to the right of George’s Pizza). A ramp is located on your left. Our Stage Door is the second door on the left. If you need assistance, please ask an usher for help.
Thursday, March 23rd is our Preview performance. Flight will open on Friday, March 24th!
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No refunds, please. All of the money collected for ticket purchases will go to making fantastic theatre in Wake Forest. We appreciate your support!
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