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   Features  >  LATEST LONDON NEWS

 
BOEING-BOEING
at the Comedy Theatre, London

WELCOME ABOARD
By Roger B. Harris
Published May 11 2007

  Elena Roger

Starting May 29, Boeing-Boeing will sport four new cast members. They are Elena Roger, Doon Mackichan, Adrian Dunbar and Neil Stuke. They join current players Patricia Hodge and Amy Nuttall, in the hit show, now playing at the Comedy Theatre.

Ms. Roger comes to this comedy straight from her acclaimed performance as the title character in Evita, for which she was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Actress in a musical. In Boeing-Boeing, she will play the Italian stewardess,Gabriella. Doon Mackichan, an actress, comedienne and writer, best known for her role in the British television comedy series Smack the Pony, will play the German stewardess Gretchen. Adrian Dunbar, who has appeared on stage in the title role of King Lear(Royal Court), will assume the role of playboy Bernard. And Neil Stuke, whose theatre work, includes Blue/Orange( Duchess Theatre), will appear as Robert, Bernard's old school mate.

Matthew Warchus' production of Boeing-Boeing is designed by Rob Howell, with lighting by Hugh Vanstone; original music by Claire van Kampen and sound by Simon Baker. It's translated by Beverley Cross from Mark Camoletti's original.

 

 


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