St. Louis Premier of Farce ‘Boeing Boeing’ is Feb. 28
Dramatic License Productions (DLP), presenting cabaret in Chesterfield Mall, will present the St. Louis premiere of the classic farce, Boeing Boeing, Feb. 28-March 17. Directed by Brad Schwartz, the slap-stickcomedy is performed at the 85-seat Dramatic License Theatre in Chesterfield Mall.
American playboy Bernard, living in 1960s Paris, is engaged to three beautiful flight attendants: a feisty German, a lusty Italian, and a take-charge Texan, each oblivious to the other. When flight schedules collide and an old college friend comes to visit, turbulence ensues.
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At Dramatic License, cast as gregarious playboy Bernard, is Chad Morris, last seen in DLP’s critically-acclaimed 2012 production of Dinner with Friends. Bernard’s girlfriends are: Natasha Toro (Gabriella), Emily Baker (Gretchen), and Deanna Mazdra (Gloria.) St.
Louis veteran actors John Reidy appears as college friend, Robert and DLP executive producer Kim Furlow is Berthe, the beleaguered French housekeeper.Dramatic License Theatre is on the upper level of Chesterfield Mall across from Houlihan’s Restaurant.
Tickets are $25 for adults, $22 for students & seniors (60+). Purchase at www.DramaticLicenseProductions.org or at the door with a reservation 636-220-7012. Seating is limited.
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