Kevin Kruchkywich plays pilot Bernard

Flights of fancy

Arts Club Theatre on tour brings comedy Boeing-Boeing to Surrey stage.

Bernard (played Kevin Kruchkywich, above), a successful architect in swinging sixties Paris, is even more successful with the ladies. In fact, he juggles the hearts of three air hostesses who jet in and out of his groovy bachelor pad: Gloria (Melissa Oei, above), Gabriella (Luisa Jojic), and Gretchen (Colleen Wheeler) – aka “America,” “Italy,” and “Germany.”

But when Boeing introduces a faster jet, Bernard’s precise romantic timetable goes hysterically off course and turbulence looms.

Arts Club Theatre On Tour brings Boeing-Boeing to the Surrey Arts Centre Oct. 16-26.

Tickets are available by calling 604-501-5566 or online at tickets.surrey.ca

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