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Christine Baranski, Mark Rylance and Bradley Whitford star in the London smash Boeing-Boeing, Marc Camoletti’s classic sixties comedy of errors opening at Broadway’s Longacre Theatre Sunday, May 4th. Directed by Matthew Warchus and produced by Sonia Friedman Productions/Bob Boyett, Act Productions/Matthew Byam Shaw, Robert G. Bartner and The Weinstein Company, the show began preview performances Saturday, April 19th. For tickets and information, visit Telecharge.com or BoeingOnBroadway.com.
Gina Gershon, Kathryn Hahn, and Mary McCormack have been announced as the three flight attendants.
The London production was just honored with two 2008 Oliver Award nominations: Best Revival and Best Actor in a Play, Mark Rylance.
Christine Baranski won a SAG Award, an Emmy Award and three additional Emmy nominations for her work on the hit series “Cybill” and shared two SAG Awards for the films Chicago and The Birdcage. On Broadway, she is the winner of two Tony Awards: for Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing and Neil Simon’s Rumors. Boeing-Boeing marks her first Broadway appearance in 17 years. She stars opposite Meryl Streep in this summer’s highly-anticipated film of the smash musical Mamma Mia! Acclaimed British stage star Mark Rylance makes his Broadway debut in Boeing-Boeing, reprising the performance that in London was called “the comic performance of a lifetime” (The Evening Standard) and earned him Best Actor nominations from both the Olivier and Evening Standard Awards. He served as Artistic Director of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre for 10 years where he appeared in the title roles of Henry V and Hamlet as well as Cleopatra in Antony and Cleopatra and Olivia in Twelfth Night. In the West End he won an Olivier Award as Best Actor for Benedict in Much Ado about Nothing directed by Matthew Warchus. He is also a BAFTA Award winner, winning the prestigious best actor award for the TV production of “The Government Inspector.” Bradley Whitford returns to the New York stage where he began his career off-Broadway at MTC and Lincoln Center and on Broadway in A Few Good Men. For his TV work, he won an Emmy Award and shared two SAG Awards for his portrayal of presidential aide Josh Lyman in the landmark series “The West Wing.” He most recently starred in Aaron Sorkin’s acclaimed follow up series “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.”
Mark Rylance is appearing with the permission of Actors’ Equity Association.
This production of Boeing-Boeing was hailed as wholly reinventing the play when it opened to ecstatic reviews at London’s Comedy Theatre in February 2007. The Guardian’s Michael Billington raved, “Boeing-Boeing achieves a kind of delirium, taking theatre into the stratosphere.” Charles Spencer in The Daily Telegraph wrote, “I was in danger of falling out of my seat with helpless laughter… This is, by many an airmile, the funniest show on the London stage.” “Boeing-Boeing will have you mopping up the tears of hysterical laughter. Mark Rylance dazzles. This jet propelled production is the most deliriously funny flight of your life,” raved Georgina Brown in the Mail on Sunday. And the Independent on Sunday declares it simply, “Brilliantly funny....Absolutely shameless entertainment.”
In Boeing-Boeing, an architect living in Paris (Whitford) has been successfully juggling three flight attendant fiancées with his housekeeper (Baranski) reluctantly playing romantic air-traffic controller as they fly in and out of his swank bachelor pad. But when an old school pal (Rylance) visits, things get rather turbulent. Schedules change, flights are delayed and chaos ensues in this whirl of mayhem and matchmaking.
Boeing-Boeing features a design by Rob Howell, lighting by Hugh Vanstone, original music by Claire Van Kampen, sound by Simon Baker and curtain call by Bruno Tonioli (“Dancing with the Stars,” “Dance Wars: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann").
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