GLASS CEILING BENEATH THE STARS
Film and live performance collide as two remarkable women shoot for the stars in an attempt to escape the limits they face on earth.
1992. Hurricanes in Hawaii, riots in LA, the longest-running game of tennis at the US Open and NASA launches the Endeavour STS-47.
Onboard are two women set to change history. Mae Jemison, the first African American woman to go to space, and Jan Davis, the first woman to go to space with her husband. Back on Earth everyone had one question: did the couple have sex in space?
Five performers and three cameras investigate sexism at NASA, racial politics in the US and our fascination with the sex lives of others.