Boeing-Boeing, With Tony Nominee Denny Dillon and Ryan Farley, Opens in Hartford Jan. 18

News   Boeing-Boeing, With Tony Nominee Denny Dillon and Ryan Farley, Opens in Hartford Jan. 18 The Hartford Stage production of Marc Camoletti's Tony Award-winning comedy Boeing-Boeing, starring Tony Award nominee Denny Dillon as omnipresent maid Berthe opposite Ryan Farley as a bachelor with his hands full, officially opens Jan. 18.

Denny Dillon
Denny Dillon

Maxwell Williams stages the Tony-winning romp, which was last seen on Broadway in 2009. Boeing-Boeing began previews Jan. 12 and will run through Feb. 12.

In addition to Dillon (My One and Only, Enchanted April), the cast features Vince Nappo as Bernard, Farley as Robert, Claire Brownell (The 39 Steps) as Gretchen, Kelly D. Felthous as Gloria and Kathleen McElfresh (Present Laughter) as Gabriella.

Here's how Hartford Stage describes the farce: "Bernard, a successful architect living in Paris, thinks he can easily juggle his three flight attendant fiancées Gretchen, Gloria and Gabriella. It’s all a question of timing and a little help from his trusted housekeeper Berthe who reluctantly plays romantic air traffic controller. When an old friend Robert arrives and his three fiancées each change their flight schedules, his life hits some unexpected turbulence."

Boeing-Boeing has scenic design by David M. Barber, costume design by Thomas Charles LeGalley, lighting design by Traci Klainer Polimeni and sound design by Fitz Patton.

For tickets and more information, phone (860) 527-5151 or visit hartfordstage.org.

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