Bernard is successfully juggling the hearts of three air hostesses in swinging sixties Paris. But when Boeing introduces a faster jet, flight schedules begin to overlap and Bernard’s precise romantic timetable goes hilariously off course. Fasten your seat belts!
Set and Costume Designer
Assistant Stage Manager
At the studios of our co-producer, Thousand Islands Playhouse, in Ganonogue, Ontario.
Photos courtesy of Thousand Islands Playhouse.
Prelude to kisses-and comic chaos
Kingston EMC News, July 18, 2013
... It's described as a classic farce, but in the hands of director Daryl Cloran it becomes a contemporary metaphysical study in relationships. ... Split-second timing is crucial to successful production of this play. The superior talent of the cast allows it to work. ... > more
The bumpier the ride, the more the fun
Kingston Whig-Standard, July 4, 2013
... Kirk Smith does a vigorous and hilarious portrayal of a guy who starts out as an awkward hick but becomes increasingly infatuated and bolder with the beautiful women around him. ... Funniest of all, however, is Anita Wittenberg as the sour, sarcastic maid Bertha, who is by turns annoyed, dismayed but most of all inconvenienced by all the goings-on and is manhandled for much of her trouble. > more
"Highly physical show"
Kelly Nestruck, Globe and Mail Critic, July 5, 2013
... I was also impressed by Kirk Smith's rubbery pratfalls as Bernard's buddy Robert - and by the fact that director Daryl Cloran wrangled such a highly physical show to the stage with just two weeks of rehearsal. > more
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