‘Boeing Boeing’
The Bradley Playhouse is presenting its production of “Boeing Boeing”. Left to right: Alison Wiza (Gretchen), Christine Healy (Gloria) and Kelly Madenjian (Gabriella), kiss Dave Ring (Robert). Photo by Jeff Buchbinder.

PUTNAM — It’s cold, we’ve had snow, the holidays are over and winter has set in with a vengeance. The TNECT at the Bradley Playhouse on Front Street is presenting a ray of sunshine to lift your spirits. The 2020 season opened with “Boeing Boeing”, a comedy that will have you laughing in no time.
Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 and at 2 p.m. Feb.2. Tickets are $21 for adults and $17 for seniors and students. All seats are reserved. Reservations may be made with a major credit card online at or by calling 860-928-7887. Tickets may be purchased at the theater box office, either before the performance, or at the door if available.
The TNECT performance of Boeing Boeing is co-directed by Kathleen Atwood and Scott Guerin. They are assisted by Jonathan Demers. Dan Healy plays Bernard and his three lovely fiancées are Christine Healy as Gloria, Kelly Madenjian as Gabriella and Alison Wiza as Gretchen. The cast is completed by Dave Ring playing old friend Robert and Tonya Brock appearing as Berthe, the housekeeper.
Boeing Boeing was the creation of French playwright Marc Camoletti and was translated by Beverly Cross and Francis Evans.
Self-styled playboy Bernard, an American living in Paris, has three fiancees, each a beautiful airline hostess with frequent “layovers.” Gloria is an American who flies with TWA, Gabriella is Italian on, of course, Alitalia and Gretchen is a German working for Lufthansa. He keeps “one in the air, one on the ground, and one pending”, with the help of Berthe, his housekeeper, who never forgets to change the photographs. Then, unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Paris, and Bernard’s apartment, at the same time. Add an unexpected visit from an old friend and what could possibly go wrong?


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