Jennifer Ellison & Tracy-Ann Oberman to join cast of Boeing Boeing from 1 Oct - show extends to 5 Jan


Jennifer Ellison & Tracy-Ann Oberman to join cast of Boeing Boeing from 1 Oct - show extends to 5 Jan

Jennifer Ellison & Tracy-Ann Oberman will join the cast of Boeing Boeing from 1 Oct 2007 - as the show extends its booking to 5 Jan 2008.

Jennifer Ellison will play American Air Hostess Gloria. She began her television career playing Emily in C4’s long running Soap Brookside. Her other television credits include New Street Law and Hotel Babylon. In the theatre she has played Roxie Hart in Chicago both in the West End and on Tour. Her film work includes The Cottage and The Phantom of the Opera.

Tracy-Ann Oberman will play German Air Hostess Gretchen. On television she is best know for playing the murdering wife of EastEnder Den Watts. Her other television credits include Sorted, Doctor Who, Where The Heart Is, Happiness and Kiss Me Kate. Her theatre credits include Edmond for the National Theatre, The Oak Tree and School Play for Soho Theatre, Loot and Saturday, Sunday and Monday both for Chichester Festival Theatre, Love for Love for Hampstead Theatre and The Changeling, The Beggar’s Opera and Macbeth for the Royal Shakespeare Company. On film her credits include The Early Days, Killing Time and Hope Machine.

Elena Roger will continue in the role of Italian Air Hostess Gabriella and Neil Stuke as Robert.

Confirmaton of further casting for 1 Oct, will be announced shortly.

The show currently features: Rhea Perlman (Bertha), Amy Nuttall (Gloria), Elena Roger (Gabriella), Doon Mackichan (Gretchen), Neil Stuke (Robert), Adrian Dunbar (Bernard, Kevin McNally takes over role 3 - 29 Sep)

Boeing Boeing by Marc Camoletti, translated by Beverley Cross, opened at the Comedy Theatre 15 Feb 2007, following previews from 3 Feb to terrific notices from the popular press: NICHOLAS DE JONGH for THE EVENING STANDARD says, “Sheer, silly, comic pleasure.” MICHAEL BILLINGTON for THE GUARDIAN says, “Loving production, achieves a kind of delirium.” BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE for THE TIMES says, “Refreshingly hilarious.”

It is directed by Matthew Warchus, designed by Rob Howell, lighting by Hugh Vanstone, produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, Act Productions, Matthew Byam Shaw and Robert G Bartner.

Bernard , a successful architect living in Paris, thought he could easily cope with his three air hostess fianees. It was all a question of timetables and a reliable, long-suffering housekeeper who reluctantly has the role of romantic air-traffic controller. When old school chum Robert arrives, Bernard relishes the chance to show his wide-eyed friend his first-class operation at work. Unfortunately, schedules change, flights are delayed and a new turbo-charged Boeing aircraft is introduced: chaos ensues in this hysterical whirl of mayhem and matchmaking.

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