BRAVE NAVIGATOR - NOVEMBER 2003
by David Valdez Greenwood
It was known as "The Crime of the Century" -- a tale of kidnapping, murder, trial and punishment that shocked and captivated the U.S. public in the early 1930's. Brave Navigator is an imaginative and speculative work of fiction that asks the thought-provoking question, "What really happened to the Lindbergh baby?" By daring to take liberties with the historical record, David Valdes Greenwood's brilliant play touches on deeper questions about loyalty, courage, deception, and love.