By Marc Camoletti, translated by Beverly Cross and Francis Evans
Directed by Karl Kippola
April 17th, 2013 - May 5th, 2013
In this swingin' 60s bedroom farce, an American architect living in Paris juggles relationships with three international air hostesses all on different airline timetables. Turbulence ensues when a bachelor friend from Wisconsin arrives unexpectedly, and the airlines add the new Boeing 707 aircraft ensuring faster arrivals! Don't miss this 2008 Tony Award winner for best revival of a play. Area premier featuring James Whalen, Paul Edward Hope, Nanna Ingvarsson, Allison Leigh Corke, Kelsea Edgerly and Molly Cahill Govern.
|Information for Patrons|
8 PM *
$=Pay What You Can, P=preview, D=post show discussion, L=pre-show lecture,
* = opening night reception, SL - American Sign Language interpreted performance
The Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center provides a variety of theatre services for patrons with special hearing, visual and mobility needs. Requests for special seating should be made a minimum of 24 hours prior to arrival by calling 443-518-1500 so that we can reserve special seating.
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|Approximate Running Time: 2.5 hours includes one intermission|
|Age Restrictions: Adult situations|
|Special Effects: None|
|Assigned Seating: yes|
Pre-Show Lecture: Saturday, May 4th, at 12:30 pm - Free
Post-Show Talk Back: Friday, April 27th and May 4th - Free
Post-Show Reception: Saturday, April 21st Following the 8:00pm Performance
Signed Performance: Sunday, April 28th at 2:00pm
Venue Information - The Horowitz Center's Smith Theatre
At a seating capacity of 423, The Horowitz Center's Smith Theatre is HCC's largest proscenium venue, heavily utilized by HCC for college, student, community and partner organization events. The newly renovated theatre features new and increased seating as well as improved lighting and sound equipment.