by Marc Camoletti
This 1960’s farce tells the story of self-styled Parisian lothario Bernard, who has Italian, German, and American fiancees. Each of the ladies are beautiful airline hostesses with frequent “layovers”. He keeps “one up, one down and one pending” until unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Bernard’s Paris apartment at the same time.
Winner! 2008 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Play
“This latest edition of a play named for an aircraft soars right out of its time zone and into some unpolluted stratosphere of classic physical comedy.” – The New York Times
Directed by Craig Johnson
Starring: Zach Curtis & Sam Landman.
With: Rachel Finch, Sara Richardson, Mo Perry & Stacia Rice.
American Sign Language Interpretted and Audio Described for the Hearing Impaired performances are TBD.
All tickets are General Admission except for the online exclusive option for Premium Reserved Seating.
All performances at The Minneapolis Theatre Garage 711 West Franklin (corner of Franklin & Lyndale)
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by Jane Martin
Directed by Ellen Fenster
June 5th – 27th, 2015
Produced by Gremlin Theatre
After arriving to the City of Angels, an aimless young man catapults to movie stardom and into Hollywood’s sleazy celebrity culture. Banking on his fame (and name), he is soon selected to appear on Broadway in Hamlet. Given full casting approval, he embarks to New York City to seek out his Ophelia and encounters his muse and his match – a young evangelical Christian woman set on getting the role…and saving his life. From the reclusive, madcap world of Jane Martin comes this drama/comedy/love story about self-destruction, notoriety, and the dark journey to purity and salvation.
“At turns powerful, tragic, romantic, amoral, unself-conscious and self-obsessed, this complex one-act drama and its two passionate yet oddly distant characters tumble down through the circles of a Dantesque, or perhaps even an existential hell without ever quite grasping the reasons why…This play is so moving and effective, so completely and entirely unforgettable.” – Washington Times
“It will leave you dealing not only with your feelings about the characters, but also reconsidering art, life, and The Meaning of It All.” – Broadwayworld.com
Peter Christian Hansen
Ashley Rose Montondo