Boeing, Boeing . . .Gone!
FTC’s Theatre Division Production is “Boeing” To Be Hilarious!
Written in the 1960s, Marc Camoletti’s play is hilarious and promises to keep the audience laughing all night long. Dazzling the crowd will be the Five Towns College Theater Arts Division students directed by Professor James Beneduce and colleagues. The Guinness Book of Records included Boeing, Boeing as the most performed French play in the world!
While juggling may be a cool circus trick, this comedy follows the dating escapades of a French bachelor engaged to three women, stewardesses; each one thinks she is the only one in his life. Starring in the lead role is Ian-Josef Benhart, a FTC sophomore and film major. Freshman Noah League stars as his visiting friend who causes a little trouble on arrival. FTC juniors Dayna Johns, Amelis Escalante and Renee Shubert make star-studded performances as well, as does Krystie Gill, a sophomore. These students have practiced tirelessly to bring this world-renowned play to life this weekend.
It will be a night of fun and enjoyment as the revolving door opens and closes right here on the stage in the FTC Performing Arts Center. So, come fly with us-as they say in the industry-or, at least, sit back and buckle up, as the charades will cause you to chuckle all evening.
Boeing, Boeing is playing @ the FTC PAC on Thursday October 8, Friday October 9, and Saturday October 10 at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday October 11 at 2:00 p.m. Visit the Box Office or check out www.ftc.edu/ftcpac for tickets.