"There's grist for drama in the tale of a man whose life has gone from being about control to being about chaos."New York Daily News
"There's a grist for drama in the tale of a man whose life has gone from being about control to being about chaos."New York Daily News
"A unique perspective on the defining nature of work and the impact of job loss on family and friends."NY1
I Forgive You, Ronald Reagan Script
This play explores the very real, very personal ramifications of the firing of more than 11,000 air traffic controllers in 1981 by President Reagan, an event that is characterized as one of the most important events in U.S. history. When it comes to air traffic, Ray Deluso, a highly decorated Vietnam veteran, has everything under control. But on the ground, his life is a struggle after a rebellious, life-altering political decision in the early '80s, which he felt was in the best interest and welfare of his country. Twenty years later he is unable to accept the consequences of that decision and the overwhelming feelings of betrayal by friends as well as the country he fought forewhich threatens to destroy him as well as the two most important people in his life: his wife and daughter. Unit set. Approximate running time: 2 hours.