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SLP's "Boeing Boeing" takes flight!

Reserve your flight for Stage Left Players' production of "Boeing Boeing," a romantic comedy farce by Marc Camoletti & translated by B. Cross & F. Evans.

Thank you to our sponsor, Compco Quaker Manufacturing for helping make this production possible! Please join us for an opening night intermission reception, March 16 at 7 PM

“Boeing Boeing” opens Friday, March 16th at 7 pm with an opening night reception sponsored by Compco Quaker of Salem. The historic Trinity Playhouse stage holds the swank 1960’s Parisian apartment of swinging bachelor Bernard (Paul Dahman) who is engaged to three airline hostesses, TWA’s Gloria (Amanda Frost), Alitalia’s Gabriella (AnnaMaria Jadue) and Lufthansa’s Gretchen (Jennifer Milligan.) Aided by his ever suffering but efficient maid, Berthe (Kari Beil), Bernard carefully juggles his ladies’ flight timetables to keep one up, one down, and one pending.

Bernard's Parisian paradise implodes when former school chum Robert (Jacob Ward) arrives as well as the new and speedier Boeing jet. Bernard’s perfect life gets thrown into a tailspin in a mad, mad whirl the girls all land at the apartment, leaving Robert and Bernard to track who is behind which door, and ad lib their way to prevent the air hostess collision!

“Boeing Boeing” runs Fridays and Saturdays, March 16, 17, 23 & 24 at 7 pm and Sunday, March 25 at 2 pm. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors. Reservations are highly recommended and tickets may be purchased online at (Stage Left rates this show PG. Although the show contains no profanity, adult humor and situations make it not suitable for small children.)

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