Sky-high comedy wings in at local arts center

November 23, 2013 by  

A weekend performance of ‘Boeing Boeing’ offers a comedy about a man who is engaged to several women and gets away with it until the Boeing company changes engines. The performing arts center might have used poster, brochure and flying printing services to share the information about this production with people fond of theater in the community.

In this production, lead character Bernard is engaged to Gloria, Gabriella, and Gretchen all at the same time. All three are flight attendants that never meet each other, as Bernard keeps a precise flight schedule in and out of Paris. Unfortunately, Boeing invents a super-fast engine that puts an end to this schedule and, before long, the three charming ladies converge at his location at the very same time. At this point, the comedy begins and doors are being slammed all over the place. There are nick-of-time maneuvers, hidden women, and desperate acts as Bernard attempts to keep the three women apart and save what he sees as a perfect bachelor fantasy life.

This is being presented by the Carnegie and CCM Drama, and tickets range in price between $17 and $24 depending on seating selected. ‘Boeing Boeing’ will be performed on Sunday, November 24th, at 3:00 pm at The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington, Kentucky, which is only a short journey from Florence. To find out more, or to book tickets, please visit the Carnegie website or call the box office.