by Michael Hagins
It’s 1944 in the month of June during World War II. Michael Crawler is an African-American pilot for the Army Air Corps. After a fierce battle in the sky, he crash lands near a farm in France. He is found and taken care of by a lonely farm girl named Katrine. Although he doesn’t speak French and she doesn’t speak English, they learn to communicate and help each other. However, their solitude and fear leads to their budding romance, all while the war around them gets closer and closer.
- Cast Size: 1M 1W
- Running Time: 90+ minutes
- Royalty Rate: $75 per performance
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About the Playwright
Michael Hagins (Playwright) is an African-American playwright, director, fight director, actor, and producer. Michael is a Member of Dramatists Guild and an Advanced Actor-Combatant for the Society of American Fight Directors. Michael was born in Brooklyn, New York, but raised in a small town in Florida for his childhood. He has used the racism and prejudice he dealt with at an early age to fuel his writing, which he has done since the age of 9. Michael is an avid lover of Shakespeare (he has done every play in the Shakespeare Canon) and has performed, directed, and taken part in over 1,000 plays and films over his artistic career.