Mason Community Players present hilarious farce

Mason Community Players will keep you in stitches, November 8-17, with Marc Camoletti’s classic, hilarious, door-slamming romantic farce, Boeing, Boeing.
The jet set mid-1960’s. One man. One apartment. Three stewardess fiancées. And a perfect system. Until…
Suave swingin’ bachelor Bernard (Stephen Catlin) has got it all figured out. Living in Paris, he is successfully juggling three different young and beautiful fiancées…who, naturally, don’t know about each other. How does he do it? All three of them are stewardesses, from three different countries, flying for three different transatlantic airlines.
Jacqueline (Carrie Johnson) works for Air France, Judith (Kiya Fix) for Lufthansa, and Janet (Amy Rose Botos) for TWA. With their respective flight schedules, they’re never in Paris at the same time. Bernard’s system is “one up, one down, one pending.” With some help from his disapproving smart-aleck Irish housekeeper Bertha (Gail Rudolph), Bernard has somehow managed to keep the revolving door turning perfectly. His old school friend Robert (Jon Scheiding) is incredulous. But Boeing’s new, faster jet is about to change the timetables for all three. And then comes this storm… Uh oh!
It’s a bigger challenge than any air traffic controller has ever had to face. Will Bernard and Robert be able to juggle all three fiancées at the same time? Frenetically running in and out of various doors in the flat? It’s a mashup of fashion, passion, dashin’, and teeth-gnashin’. Doors will slam. Lingerie will fly. And audiences will howl.
Boeing Boeing is the final show in MCP’s 40th Anniversary Season, following critically-acclaimed productions of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men and Meredith Wilson’s The Music Man. Award-winning director Jim Cronin returns to MCP, where his last show, A Few Good Men, was selected as one of 2011’s best productions in the entire State by the Ohio Community Theatre Association.
Boeing Boeing runs November 8-17 at the Brookwood Retirement Center, Reed Hartman Highway, just south of Fields Ertel Road in Sharonville. For tickets and additional information, visit
Boeing Boeing is presented through cooperation with Samuel French, Inc.

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