‘Boeing, Boeing’ Opens Tomorrow Friday, 2/13 at Montgomery Playhouse-Meet the Cast: Renetta Morelli, Jim Breen, Anne Vandercook, Christina Fox, Jason Damaso, and Corrie Bolcik


The very funny Boeing, Boeing opens tomorrow night at 8 PM at The Montgomery Playhouse, in partnership with Arts on the Green, performing at The Gaithersburg Arts Barn-311 Kent Square Road, in Gaithersburg, MD.

Over the past two weeks we have introduced you to the talented cast of Boeing, Boeing. Rehearsals are over, all the tweaking is done, and the cast is ready to take flight.

‘Opening Night’ is upon us tomorrow night, and local reviewers are about to visit the Arts Barn. Stay tuned to find out as they answer the question, “Does this cast deserve to earn its wings?”

Cast members: Left to Right: Judith (Netta Morelli), Robert (J. McAndrew Breen), Bernard (Jason Damaso), and Jacqueline (Christina Fox). Photo by Scott D'Vileskis.
Cast members: Left to Right: Judith (Renetta Morelli), Robert (Jim Breen), Bernard (Jason Damaso), and Jacqueline (Christina Fox). Photo by Scott D’Vileskis.

So before the reviewers render their verdicts, let us re-introduce to you to this energetic, and high-flying group of actors as they buckle their seat belts, and take flight.


Renetta Morelli. Photo by Neil Keilen.


Jim Breen. Photo by Roy Cox.


Anne Vandercook.








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In partnership with Arts on the Green, Montgomery Playhouse presents Boeing, Boeing by Marc Camoletti, directed by Lisa Lorraine Holland.

Performance are February 13th through March 1, 2015, with performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM, and Saturdays and Sundays at 2 PM.

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Sign language interpretation will be available at the February 20th performance.


From Bruce Hirsch: It’s the 1960s, and swinging bachelor Bernard couldn’t be happier: a flat in Paris and three gorgeous stewardesses all engaged to him without knowing about each other. But Bernard’s perfect life gets bumpy when his friend Robert comes to stay and a new and speedier Boeing jet throws off all of his careful planning. Soon all three stewardesses are in town simultaneously, timid Robert is forgetting which lies to tell to whom, and catastrophe looms.

Cast member: Left to Right: TWA's Janet (Cory Bolcik), Air France's Jacqueline (Christina Fox) and Lufthansa's Judith (Netta Morelli). Photo by Scott D'Vileskis.
Cast member: Left to Right: TWA’s Janet (Cory Bolcik), Air France’s Jacqueline (Christina Fox) and Lufthansa’s Judith (Renetta Morelli). Photo by Scott D’Vileskis.

Boeing, Boeing is a riotous farce that all boils down to juggling timetables and a reliable maid who never forgets to change the photographs.


Boeing Boeing plays from February 13-March 1, 2015 at The Montgomery Playhouse, in partnership with Arts on the Green, performing at The Gaithersburg Arts Barn-311 Kent Square Road, in Gaithersburg, MD.


For tickets, call (301) 258-6394, or purchase them online.

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