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Theater in the Woods Themes Announced for AirVenture 2019
March 21, 2019 - As in years past, after an eventful day at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019, attendees will be able to wind down with nightly programming at Theater in the Woods presented by M&M'S. The preliminary schedule for this year’s Theater in the Woods programming is as follows:
Sunday, July 21 – An Evening With Champions: Enjoy an evening listening to a variety of speakers who’ve made an impact in aviation.
Monday, July 22 – Oshkosh 50th Anniversary: A look back on 50 consecutive years in Oshkosh, celebrating the airplanes and the people who brought them here.
Tuesday, July 23 – An Evening With Innovators, The Founder’s Innovation Prize: A Shark Tank-style faceoff seeking innovative ways to solve in-flight loss of control.
Wednesday, July 24 – WomenVenture — Celebrating Powerful Pilots: A panel of female aviators discuss their experiences flying the most celebrated and known civilian and military aircraft.
Thursday, July 25 – Starships to Spaceships, the Boeing 747 and Concorde 50th Anniversary: Celebrating two of the most historic civilian aircraft with the men and women who flew them, followed by Burt and Dick Rutan speaking about their historic careers in aviation in their talk, Starships to Spaceships.
Friday, July 26 – Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Celebration and Developing the Apollo Lunar Module: Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first manned lunar landing and the lunar module that transported the astronauts to the moon’s surface, featuring Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins.
Saturday, July 27 – AA Salute to the U.S. Air Force and GE’s 100th Anniversary: Celebrating U.S. air power and air superiority with key Air Force personnel, and GE’s 100th anniversary featuring a discussion about the future of supersonic flight.