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Paperback 

67

Pages

Dimensions

8.5 x 0.2 x 11.0

inches

ISBN

978-1-4461-1976-1

Fly Eagles Fly

By Playwright Carl Stillitano
average rating is 5 out of 5
Digital Copy $10 | Hard Copy $20

"Fly Eagles Fly" is a play that revolves around the therapy sessions between Brenda, a behavioral therapist, and Nick, a blue-collar truck driver.   Nick seeks therapy to address his anger issues and explore his feelings about starting a family with his girlfriend, Annie.  


Throughout the sessions, Brenda delves into Nick's childhood, his relationship with his parents, and his fears and concerns about becoming a father. The play explores themes of self-discovery, acceptance, and personal growth as Nick gains self-awareness and understanding of his emotions.   


Brenda helps him recognize the root causes of his anger and encourages him to make different choices to avoid triggering his anger. The play also emphasizes the importance of communication, relationships, and empathy. It encourages readers to reflect on their own emotions, explore strategies for managing anger, and learn effective communication techniques. Overall, reading this play can provide valuable insights into personal growth, self-acceptance, and mental well-being.

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Reading plays that explore mental health challenges can offer numerous key benefits

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Increased Awareness and Understanding: These plays provide insight into  mental health issues, helping readers gain a deeper understanding of various conditions such as anxiety, depression, addiction, and more.

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Spark Conversations: Can spark conversations about mental health among readers, whether it's discussing the themes, sharing personal experiences, or raising awareness about available resources for support and treatment.

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Destigmatization: Plays that address mental health challenges contribute to breaking down the stigma surrounding mental illness. These plays show that mental health issues deserve understanding rather than judgment.

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Artistic Expression and Catharsis: Engaging with the emotional depth and complexity of these plays can provide a cathartic experience for readers, allowing them to explore their own feelings and experiences.

Available Formats

Paperback

$20.00

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Ebook

$10.00

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"I wish both THE DONUT SHOP & FLY EAGLES FLY were required reading in all high schools and colleges. I LOVED BOTH!!! Super-fun and super-easy to read, an absolute pleasure. I am excited to support something so important to the world and the industry. So many in need will benefit from the funding that these plays will create, I am proud to support this goodness."


- Katrina Bronson, Daughter of Charles Bronson, Mother of Charlie.

The Author

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Carl Stillitano

Carl Stillitano is a writer, playwright, director, and producer originally from Mount Vernon, New York. With over three decades of experience, he has served as an artistic director for Seva Productions and One Heart theater companies in NYC, while also mentoring artists and youth through self-actualization workshops.

Personal Motovations

It seemingly emerged out of the blue, surprising even myself. Despite embodying more of a blue-collar, alpha personality with my fair share of anger issues, the voice that resonated most authentically within me was that of the female therapist, not the alpha persona of Nick. This unexpected twist underscored the complexity of human expression and the power of empathy to transcend conventional roles and identities.

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