Set in the 1960s, Marc Camoletti’s classic French farce “Boeing-Boeing” is the story of a bachelor named Bernard who has a flat in Paris and is engaged to three attractive stewardesses who don’t know about each other.
Bernard’s life goes topsy-turvy when his friend Robert comes to visit and all three fiancées happen to be in town at the same time. Robert’s confusion about what to say to each fiancée wreaks havoc in Bernard’s formerly comfortable life.
Jeff Nell directs the Santa Fe Playhouse’s production of “Boeing-Boeing,” the winner of the 2008 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play, which is presented from February 22 through March 11. [Read More…]