The war is over and the boys are home, but at the Boeing airplane plant Mezzulah has no intention of giving her job to a man. Like her hero, Leonardo da Vinci, Mezzulah is ahead of her time and dreaming of flight. But she won't be flying solo. Along with Mezzulah, the other women of Monroe, Washington, are about to take wing--each in her own way. A transcendent new play with heart, humor, and period music by the author of String of Pearls. Mezzulah, 1946 is part of City Theatre's New American Trio, an innovative series designed to create three new plays by three talented playwrights all writing for a single acting company cast in multiple roles. City Theatre offers a six-play package with prices ranging from $90.00 to $294.00 (for the Dinner-Theatre Package).