HIGH FLYING- The Cow Patti Theatre Company is staging the comedy Boeing-Boeing at the Lacombe Golf and Country Club March 7-25.

Cow Patti Theatre presents comedy Boeing-Boeing

The Cow Patti Theatre Company’s latest show Boeing-Boeing touches down at the Lacombe Golf and Country Club March 7-25 for the second leg of its national tour.

For the past 11 years, Cow Patti has prided itself on creating opportunities for Canadian artists and Boeing-Boeing is no exception.

Returning to Cow Patti stages are Garfield Andrews, Susan Greenfield and AnnaMarie Lea. There are three newcomers as well — Kate Gordon, Katie Lawson and Jamie Williams – all stellar Canadian actors who fuse with the cast, keeping in the tradition of creating remarkable entertainment.

Fasten your seatbelts for some supersonic fun in posh Paris in this play, which was penned by Marc Camoletti. Turbulence hits home for Bernard, who has been successfully juggling his three air stewardess fiancés with the help of his grumbly housekeeper, when he gets a visit from his old, single friend Robert and all of his brides-to-be have changes to their flight plans.

The show was directed by Richard Bauer who has worked in many theatres throughout Ontario as well as with Cow Patti.

Several local organizations will also receive support from particular performances of Boeing-Boeing, including the Lacombe Skatepark, the Central Alberta AA Ringette Club, the Fr. Albert Lacombe Knights of Columbus Council 8969 and the Renegade Riders 4-H.

For tickets or information, contact the box office at 403-782-3956, 403-784-2294 or visit www.cowpatti.com.


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