Bernard is a playboy living the dream. He's got a swank pad in Paris, it's the 1960s and he's dating a stewardess -- three of 'em, in fact. There's Gloria, the bossy Texan; Gabriella, the passionate Italian; and Gretchen, a spitfire German. Their hectic yet regular schedules allows Bernard to keep each woman unaware of the other. But no amount of planning can forestall disaster; when the stewardesses individual flight plans all change on the same weekend, Bernard is facing the greatest aeronautical disaster since the Hindenburg -- and he's the Hindenburg in this analogy. Fortunately, his ole college pal Robert pays him a visit right before the explosions commence. Surely Robert wouldn't be averse to lying just a little to help his friend? Marc Camoletti's farce Boeing, Boeing promises all the fun and glamor of the golden age of aviation. Dramatic License Productions presents Boeing, Boeing at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday (March 1 through March 17), and one preview performance at 8 p.m. Thursday, February 28, at the Dramatic License Theatre (291 Chesterfield Mall; 636-220-7012 or www.dramaticlicense.org). Tickets are $22 to $25.
Fridays-Sundays. Starts: March 1. Continues through March 17, 2013