Mark Twain said, “If you always tell the truth you don’t have to remember anything,” meaning you won’t have to worry about keeping your lies straight. Though good advice, it’s quite tricky when the friend you’re visiting is a philanderer who happens to be engaged to three beautiful flight attendants, and they don’t have a clue.
Such is the scenario in the French farce, “Boeing, Boeing,” onstage at Curtain Call’s Dressing Room Theatre in Stamford, Thursday, Feb. 28 through Sunday, March 17. Written by Marc Camoletti, the show ran for seven years when it opened in London, and is one of the most-produced French comedies in the world. A 1965 film version starred Tony Curtis, Jerry Lewis and Thelma Ritter.