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The Fastest Woman Alive
Action Adventure & Romance
(A fictional story of Jacqueline Cochran)

 

The Fastest Woman Alive Screenplay
Public Domain

Screenplay Sample

A real American Sweetheart – Jackie escaped starvation by seizing her dream to fly higher-faster-farther.

This astonishing heroine – gorgeous, infuriating, sexy and unstoppable – from working barefoot in mills as a child, rose to lead a thousand women into wartime skies (the WASP); Jackie came to be confidante to heroes and Presidents, and captured hearts the world over as the female pilot who holds more flight records than any man or woman, ever.

We congratulate the WASP on their long-overdue award of the Congressional Gold Medal.

On New York's Theatre Row, Fastest's superb reviews..

“A thrilling play…amazing…a marvel…unfolds like a rocket …a wonder it’s not in a Broadway theatre”

NYTheatre.com

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Kaleidoscopic…fascinating true story…streaks forward…believable and moving.

TalkingBroadway.com
 
 

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Spitfire…wildcat...’Call Me Madam meets A League of their Own’ … the never-ending appeal of won’t–take–no-for-an-answer broads…sweeping across the stage.

American Theater Web

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“Funny and thrilling…Simultaneous action and jump cuts -- We’ll be seeing a lot of mountings of this one.”

Plays International, London

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Research comparable'sThe Aviator, Seabiscuit, A League of their Own, Top Gun & Million Dollar Baby.
“Fighting hearts with the right stuff to become winners

 

 

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