NEWS - BOEING BOEING - MAR 28-APRIL 8 - 2012
TORONTO- Common Good Underground Space (837 Dundas Street West)- Dundas and Euclid
Rogue Theatre Co-op
by Marc Camoletti
Translated by Beverley Cross & Francis Evans
Marc Camoletti’s classic French farce Boeing-Boeing has been chosen as Rogue Theatre Company’s second production. The play opens March 28th and continues to April 8th at the new Common Good Underground Space.
The farce opens with Bernard bidding his American-stewardess-fiancée goodbye. When his old friend Robert arrives unexpectedly for a visit, the truth comes out that Bernard has not one fiancée, but in fact three, and that they are all stewardesses for different international airlines. Hilarity, chaos, and romance ensues.
Directed by Jeremy Hutton, Artistic Director of Hart House Theatre.
Featuring Diana Bentley, John Fray, Eleanor Hewlings, Kelly McCormack, Brooke Morgan and Tim Walker
Assistant Directed by Carter William West
Lighting Design by Melissa Joakim
Sound design by Gordon Hyland
Set Design by Jay Pooley
Production Managed by Suzie Balogh
Stage Managed by Heather Bellingham
Common Good Underground Space (837 Dundas Street West)
Previews March 27th and Opens March 28th, 2012 and runs to April 8th
Performances Tuesday- Sunday at 8pm
Tickets: $25; $15 students (With Student ID-in person only)
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