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Updated: 01/09/2014 08:00:02AM

‘Boeing Boeing’ takes flight in Venice

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Allison Prouty, Arianna DeCecco and Tarah Hart play 1960s airline hostesses from Germany, the United States and Italy respectively, in Venice Theatre’s production of "Boeing Boeing."


The whole cast is pictured here. Standing: Ronald Krine Myroup as Bernard, Kristofer Geddie as Robert and Candace Artim as Berthe. Seated: Tarah Hart as Gabriella, Arianna DeCecco as Gloria and Alison Prouty as Gretchen.

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Venice Theatre’s upcoming MainStage comedy is the ’60s French farce “Boeing Boeing” by Marc Camoletti.

The performance features a swinging bachelor named Bernard, who has three fiancées: one Italian, one German, and one American. All three are beautiful airline hostesses with frequent layovers. He keeps “one up, one down and one pending” until unexpected schedule changes bring all of the women to Bernard’s Paris apartment at the same time. His college friend Robert, visiting from Wisconsin, and housekeeper Berthe are charged with helping him avoid disaster.

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