Sand, Snakes, and Silver Wings:

The Womens’ Airforce Service Pilots of WWII
The WASP (Womens’ Airforce Service Pilots) were a civilian force of 1,100 women pilots who became the first females to fly military aircraft. Their proficiency, enthusiasm and spirit served the country, broke the norm. They served with pride, grace, and quiet glory, paving the way for the inclusion of female pilots in the future.
Discover a little-known part of American history, as storyteller Rebecca Hom shares the stories of several WASP pilots and their program, including its creation, conflicts and controversial disbandment. 
90 minute full-program; 45 minute short
• Upcoming WASP Performances •