Thirty-eight planes were diverted into Gander, Newfoundland on September 11, 2001. This wonderful musical highlights ISA co-founder, Beverley Bass.
Interview with Beverley:
An oasis of kindness on 9/11: This town welcomed 6,700 strangers amid terror attacks
Click on the photo (above) to read about the Tony Awards June 11, 2017.
Congratulations Christopher Ashley!
"The Canadian musical received 7 Tony Award nominations and won for best direction, with the award going to American stage director Christopher Ashley."
And read the interview that Deadline did with Jenn Colella:
Deadline: What was that first meeting with her like?
Colella: We met in La Jolla after the last preview. We just embraced and it felt like I was meeting long-lost sister. She and Tom, her husband, hadn’t seen the show yet. They had no idea what they were about to see. And the next night was the opening and she was in the second row, blonde hair, this radiant smile, and I thought This is meta, I’m singing to her, tears are streaming down her face, she’s grabbing Tom’s hand as I’m singing, “I’m fine, Tom, I’m fine.” It was this extraordinary experience in pure love, and art reflecting life, and focus – all of these things at once. They’re a part of the family. We text constantly. She’s given me her original captain’s jacket and many of the service pins she’s garnered through the years.
The New York Times:
A Pioneering Pilot, a Broadway Show and a Life-Changing Bond
Beverley Bass as an American flight engineer.