I agreed with what was said about the history present in FLY. However, in my eyes the history that is present is enough. The prejudice that is faced by the four airman while in training, back in that time period was real, but I feel that they pulled back on that a little, only using the “N-world” once. Although I can understand why they would do so. I think that the the airman are more of a tool to show and tell about prejudice in the time period and how far we have come, rather than tell a true story of a Tuskegee Airman. In your review you also stated that the Tap Griot was an unnecessary part of the play, which I disagree with. I found that I rather liked the Tap Griot. I liked the way that the writers worked the Griot into the play, how he is a part of some scenes in the background tap dancing. At certain parts he helped to set the mode and was a unique part of the play. All in all I liked how the play was set up, the actors, and how it was carried out. I wouldn't mind watching Fly again and would recommend it looking for good entertainment.