The boundaries between reality and the screen begin to blur for a woman torn between her duties as a new mother and a drone pilot in the acclaimed one-woman play Grounded. When a hotshot F-16 pilot becomes unexpectedly pregnant, she's reassigned to flying remote-controlled drones over Afghanistan. By day, she hunts terrorists remotely from an air-conditioned trailer near Las Vegas. At night, she comes face-to-face with her duties as a wife and mother. But navigating that shift may prove to be her most dangerous mission of all. George Brant's Grounded was named a Top 10 Play of 2013 by The Guardian, and won the National New Play Network's Smith Prize and the Edinburgh Festival's Fringe First award. Now you can catch this compelling production of Grounded in Seattle at The Bathhouse Theater.
Presented by Seattle Public Theater