Written by Katie Giacomini, Diana Glewwe, Clint Koglin, Jim Silverstein, and Adira Slattery
4 hours, includes 4 to 9 female characters, 5 to 14 male players, and 1 to 11 neutral charaters (10 to 34 characters total)
The USO party is starting to wind down, but the night is far from over...
It’s March 14th, 1945 and the life you once knew now seems like a distant and hazy memory. While the war in Europe is slowly coming to a close, the Pacific Theatre is proving to be deadlier than anyone could imagine, and the US is right in the thick of it.
Tonight, however, the haze that clouds your vision is from the smoke filled music hall, where Leonard Bryston and his Orchestra are the hottest ticket in San Francisco. Not a bad way to spend your last night before you and your friends ship out. Everyone else at the party has left, and it’s wound down to just a few kindred souls who are refuse to let the night fade until the dawn.
This game is set at the end of WWII, and is designed to be a realistic portrayal of life in that time period. While playing, you will likely encounter complicated relationships issues, gender and racial prejudices of the time period, alternate lifestyle choices, intrigue, and emotionally driven conversations about war and mortality. And dancing, there might be dancing if players are so inclined. It is a party after all!!!
Players must be 18 or older.