Boeing Boeing

Spring 1969


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Boeing - Boeing - by Marc Camoletti & Beverley Cross
Performed - Wed 19th to Sat 22nd March 1969 at Blackfriars Theatre

Synopsis
This 1960's French farce adapted for the English-speaking stage features self-styled Parisian lothario Bernard, who has French, German and American fiancees, each beautiful airline hostesses with frequent "layovers". He keeps "one up, one down and one pending" until unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Paris and Bernard's apartment at the same time.

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Cast
Actors names on right:

Bernard - Bill Atkinson
Janet - Dora Charlton
Bertha - Betty Nesbitt
Robert - John Cammack
Jacqueline - Pam Leggate
Judith - Sue Meeds

Production Team

Producer - Hilda Adamson
Stage Manager - Alec Gibbs, Kevin Marriott
Set Design - John Cammack
Pre-constructed Set - Jeff Ashberry
Set Construction - Noel Morgan, Jeff Ashberry, David Gibbs, Robert Forbes, Cecil Matson, Alec Harvey, Arthur Everitt, John Raisen
Lighting - Paul Kitchen
Sound - Karen Loveley
Properties - Bess Berry, Barbara Price, Lynn Jenkinson, Christine Duthoit
Wardrobe - Judy Cammack
Prompter - Margaret Comer
House Management - J. W. & Neil Alexander
Publicity - Pat Ashberry, A. B. Stephenson
Photographs - Derek Cox
Furniture - Cammack & Sons Ltd
Globe - Oldrid & Co
Wig - Tina's Hair Design
Window Display - Anglia Building Society