In the high-flying Tony Award winning comedy we meet Bernard Lawrence, a successful American architect living in a posh Paris apartment, as he deftly juggles three fiances who are all flight attendants. Careful planning of the airline timetables and a bit of assistance from Bernard's reluctant housekeeper keep the affairs going, but this supersonic lifestyle hits turbulence when a new, faster Boeing jet is introduced. Fasten your seat belt for a roaring ride that will take you up, up and away.
March 21 - May 4 -> TICKETS
John W Engeman Theater
250 Main Street, Northport, NY 11768
The New York Times says "A glimmer of the rousing comic acting that might have elevated this production bursts onto the stage with the arrival of Gretchen, the third of the international trio of flight attendants to be introduced. Gretchen, played by Luba Mason, braces herself with legs wide apart, a blond Teutonic commander ready to take charge of her “home,” as Gretchen calls the apartment (as do the others, since they all have keys). Only poor, meek Robert is there, and she demonstrates to him how much she loves the place by grabbing the coffee table and hugging it with abandon, then proclaiming with her fists raised high, “I’m mad with happiness.” This was a moment worthy of applause, which she received."
And backstage at intermission:
Erin Leign Peck, Luba Mason, and Michele Ragusa