Baytown Little Theater’s production of “Boeing Boeing” opens this week with performances at 8 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Feb. 14-15 and at 2:30 p.m. Sunday and Feb. 16 at BLT, 2 E. Texas Ave.

“Boeing Boeing,” by Marc Camoletti, is a farce set in the jet-set days of the early 1960s, about a bachelor in Paris whose fiancé is a stewardess—as are his other two fiancés.

When Boeing introduces a new, faster jet, his careful timetable that keeps his fiancés from finding about each other begins to unravel.

D’Shawn Kirksey directs the production.

In the role of the bachelor is Stephen Bent, with his fiancés played by Taylor Pruett, Marcella Barrientos and Amber Hutton. 

Rounding out the cast are Xavier Lehew and Bonnie Keane-Davis.

Assisting Kirksey are assistant directors Taylor Pruett and Amber Hutton, stage manager Jennifer Young, intimacy director Kyle Clark, fight choreographer Alan Hutton and dialect coach Jim Wadzinski.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at baytownlittletheater.org or by calling 281-424-7617.

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