About Boeing-Boeing

If you take the French people's passion for romance and the carefree attitude of the swingin' 60's, you have the perfect playground for Marc Camoletti's farce, Boeing-Boeing. This crowd-pleasing comedy became the 1965 film starring Jerry Lewis & Tony Curtis and more recently won the 2008 Tony Award for Best Revival. Boeing-Boeing invited you to fly the really friendly skies with Bernard, an architect living in Paris who has been successfully juggling three (yes, three) fiancees who are all flight attendants. His housekeeper reluctantly plays romantic air-traffic controller as they fly in and out of his swanky bachelor pad. But when his old college pal Robert visits, things get quite turbulent. Fasten your seat belt for a roaring ride that will take you up, up and away.


Bernard - Ashley Wood
Robert - Andy Baldwin
Bertha - Lulu Ward
Gretchen - Morgan McClure
Gabriella - Emily Scott Banks
Gloria - Sherry Hopkins

Creative Team

Director - Robin Armstrong
Scenic Designer - Clare DeVries
Lighting Designer - Jess Stover
Costume Designer - Robin Armstrong
Properties Designer - Georgana Jinks
Production Stage Manager - Callie Camp
Assistant Stage Manager - Brandon Simmons
ACTC Technical Coordinator - Scott Guenther