Downrange: Voices from the Homefront is a new play that captures how military spouses in the post 9/11 era face and overcome the challenges of repeated deployments. It is an honest, raw, funny and inspiring look at the profound strength and resilience of our nation’s military families. Downrange began as a project to engage the military community of Fayetteville, NC by putting them at the center of the art making experience. It was developed from extensive interviews with military spouses from Fort Bragg and written by North Carolina playwright Mike Wiley. The play, originally presented by Cape Fear Regional Theatre, was such a resounding success that it was also performed before military families at the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Forum at Sidney Harman Hall in Washington, D.C.