Charlie Victor Romeo: Real-Life Cockpit Drama Comes to the Stage in New York City

AVweb's Peter Yost reviews an unusual New York stage production whose title comes from the phonetic spelling of CVR cockpit voice recorder. The play depicts the human drama that occurred in the cockpit during six aircraft accidents, with dialog faithful to the actual CVR transcripts. Yost credits producer/director Bob Berger for resisting the urge to "dumb down" or take liberties with the technical material. If you're within range of New York, this one's definitely worth seeing.

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