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The University of Arizona • College of Fine Arts School of Theatre, Film & Television proudly presents an Arizona Repertory Theatre production

by Marc Camoletti Translated by Beverley Cross & Francis Evans Director Brent Gibbsf*þ Costume Designer Sandahl Masson Sound Designer Daniel Colecchia

Lighting Designer Scenic Designer Raulie A. Martinez Taryn Wintersteen† Technical Director Adam Michard

Dialect Coach Kevin Blackf* *Member of Actors’ Equity Association

Stage Manager Ken Phillips†

Dramaturg Kevin Reagan * * Member of United Scenic Artists, Local 829

§Member of Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists ±Member of American Guild of Musical Artists ©Member of The Stage Directors and Choreographers Society

þSociety of American Fight Directors

Unless otherwise noted, all designers, performers and technicians are School of Theatre, Film & Television students. f

School of Theatre, Film & Television Faculty Member

†BFA Senior Capstone Project / MFA Thesis Project  See Production Staff page for details.

“Boeing Boeing” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC. Arizona Repertory Theatre is the professional theatre training company of the School of Theatre, Film & Television.


Cast Bernard............................................................................. Parker Janecek Robert............................................................................. Michael Calvoni Gloria..................................................................................Silvia Vannoy Gabriella....................................................................................Carli Naff Gretchen.......................................................................... Sammie Lideen‡ Berthe................................................................................. Lindsey Mony ‡ Actors Equity Membership Candidate

UNDERSTUDIES: Understudies never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement for the appearance is made at the time of the performance. Lauren Bardon, for Gabriella - Zackry Colston, for Bernard - Megan Hanks, for Berthe - Grace Kirkpatrick, for Gretchen - Nathan Oppenheimer, for Robert - Jaclyn Stickel, for Gloria.

SETTING Bernard’s Apartment in Paris One Saturday in April, 1960 THERE WILL BE A 15-MINUTE INTERMISSION.

Learn more about this production! Pre-Show Discussion Sunday, Sep. 22nd at 12:45pm Check signage in the Drama Building lobby for discussion location. Our dramaturgs will lead an exciting dialogue that includes behind-the-scenes information about the production.

Post-Show Discussion Sunday, Sep. 29th, immediately following the performance in the Marroney Theatre. Meet the actors and production team during a Q&A segment facilitated by our dramaturgs.

All discussions are free and open to the public.


If you enjoy theatre & would like to experience it with The UA Theatre Travel Group, please join us from April 29-May 7, 2014 in London! See three extraordinary shows, enjoy spectacular sightseeing, world-class shops & restaurants, plus, adventures with new, theatre-going friends! $225 of each booking will be donated to The UA Theatre Fund for Excellence Endowment & qualifies as a tax-deductible gift.


PRODUCTION STAFF Direction, Dramaturgy and Management Production Manager Assistant to the Director Assistant Stage Managers Assistant Technical Director Assistant Dramaturg

Jenny Langf Cassy Crandall Fatimah Amill, Courtney Stevens Anna Atkinson Ellie Boyles

Scenery & Props Master Carpenter Carpenters Assistant Scenic Designer Charge Artist Assistant Charge Artist Scenic Artists Props Master Assistant Props Master Props Artisans Deck Crew

Steven Davis Anna Atkinson, Steven Davis, Hanna Lockhart, Angela McMahon, Taylor Ransom, Sarah Schniepp, Gabe Torres, Hannah Yoder, TAR 111 Sammi Visbal Kayla D. Nault Jesse Ploog Beau Hamilton, Alyssa LeBlanc, Andrea Pratt, Sarah Talaba, Mandy Wagner Brianna Catlin Cortni Elkins M Erdman, Maria Leon, Mara Tunnicliff Joshua K. Barnhill, Alison Conover, James Deaguero, Julianna Grantham, Nino Ivanovich, Aubrey King, Cera Naccarato, Mary Outcalt, Garrett Seaton, Lane Sutton-Liswith

Lighting Assistant Lighting Designer Master Electrician Assistant Master Electrician Light Board Operator Programmer Electricians

Costumes Costume Director Assistant to the Costume Designer Draper First Hands Costume Crafts Wardrobe Crew Heads Wardrobe Crew

Shannon Wallace Erica Harris Gregory James Houston Mary Dickson Eve Bandi Fatimah Amill, Eve Bandi, Steven Davis, Don Fox, Joy Halliday, D. Joshua Hemmo, Hanna Lockhart, Patrick Charles W. McClanahan, Jenise Melland, John Millerd, Ryan Moore, Sara Patterson, Heather Phillips, Taylor Ransom, Carlos Sanchez, Sam Schwartz, Courtney Stevens, Cheryl Ann Thompson, Jonathan Thompson, Mitch Van Dyke, Ivy Zipporah Wahome, TAR 220 Lab Richard Tuckettf Nicole Suerez Maryann Trombinof, Richard Tuckettf Adrea Graun, Elly Mikula Emma Smith Siegert Kat Polak, Nicole Suerez Moriah Baker, Alex Carter, Steven Davis, Sheridan Fidelman, Roz Hewitt, Rossteen Mansouri-Rad

Sound Assistant Sound Designer Audio Crew Sound Board Operator

Jonathan Thompson Daniel Colecchia, Matt Marcusf, John Millerd, Mylan P. Myers, Jonathan Thompson TAR 113

† Ken Phillips - BFA Senior Capstone Project in Stage Management, Jenny Lang, Faculty Supervisor † Taryn Wintersteen - BFA Senior Capstone Project in Scenic Design, Clare P. Rowe, Faculty Supervisor


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DRAMATURG’S NOTES “The woman is usually stronger than the man because he always says yes to her.” ~ Gloria Marc Camoletti likes to make a mess. His world in Boeing Boeing is spun on an axis of conflicts; personalities, nationalities, sexualities all clash together faster than the jet-powered engines that Camoletti uses to name his sexy romp. The Boeing 707 aircraft introduces the initial conflict that spins the play’s world out of control. These sleek, new jets would also conflict with a sky that was still dominated by propellers; the airline industry would soon have to adopt the mantra, “out with the old, in with the new,” in order to keep up with the changing times. The stewardesses being carried in these bigger, faster aircraft were beginning to experience a shift of their own: a shift of power. Since the inception of the stewardess profession in the 1930s, the role was always intended to be subordinate to the male pilots and would eventually become discriminatory. Strict age, height, and weight limits went unchecked up until the passage of the Civil Rights Act in 1965, which would prohibit corporations from setting such degrading regulations. Shaking off their constricting girdles and slipping on the empowered spirit of the 1960s, stewardesses (like those of Camoletti’s farce) created a new gender dynamic that could potentially threaten their male counterparts. The revelation of Bernard’s scheme is what grants the women of this play their power. The revolving-door presence of the three stewardesses reduces the two men to frantic chickens trying to keep the scheme under wraps. This reversal of fortune is a central ingredient for the commedia dell-arte style of comedy, which this production fully embraces. Commedia chooses to embrace exaggerated, stock characters for the sake of being able to freely experiment with them. “We laugh because we’re watching the ‘known’ character contend with an ‘unknown’ situation.” - Laura A. Ewald The chauvinistic, sexually-driven man is an archetype as old as time, but an apartment full of powerful women is the unknown territory that makes things messy. A successful farce has no time for character study; it’s only if they move quickly enough that a grain of truth can spill out of the high intensity. These high-flying stewardesses test Bernard’s limits, up to the point where they unintentionally reform the once one-dimensional man. Despite how humorous Boeing Boeing may be, its ridiculous situations trigger a journey that illustrates the American man’s fluctuating opinion of quiet domesticity.

- Kevin Reagan, Dramaturg


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PROFILES Brent Gibbs (Director) – Brent is a member of the Acting/Musical Theatre Division at UA where he teaches Acting and Stage Combat. He is a member of Actors’ Equity Association and the Screen Actors Guild. A certified teacher and Fight Director with the Society of American Fight Directors, he has worked on fight sequences for theatres from Thailand to New York, winning the Arizona State Theatre Award for Excellence in Choreography for his fights in the Southwest Shakespeare Company’s production of Henry V. He has taught master classes in Stage Combat around the U.S. and at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. This past year, he had fights in shows at the San Jose Repertory Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, and Arizona Repertory Theatre. For four summers, Brent taught stage combat workshops at The International Theatre School Festival held in Amsterdam. For nine years, he served as Director and Fight Choreographer for one of the nation’s leading outdoor dramas, Tecumseh! He is the Artistic Director for ART, where he has directed Execution of Justice; The Crucible; Macbeth; On the Razzle; Much Ado About Nothing; Les Liaisons Dangereuses; King Lear; Absurd Person Singular; Hamlet; The Rivals; Pericles; Rain. Some Fish. No Elephants.; Brighton Beach Memoirs; Henry IV, Part I; Scenes from an Execution; Biloxi Blues; Romeo & Juliet; Broadway Bound; Bus Stop; Titus Andronicus; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Love’s Labour’s Lost; Medea; Rum & Coke; The Taming of the Shrew; The Tamer Tamed; Dracula; As You Like It; The Voice of the Prairie; Julius Caesar; How I Learned to Drive; and Cymbeline. Sandahl Masson (Costume Designer) – Sandahl is a third-year, MFA candidate for Costume Design. She received her BFA in Theatre Design and Technology from the University of Evansville. Sandahl has also served as a Costume Apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera and Costume Intern at Maine State Music Theatre and the Houston Ballet. Credits include: Cymbeline, Necessary Targets, Hay Fever, Force of Nature, La Rondine, Silent Night, and Madame Butterfly. Raulie A. Martinez (Lighting Designer) – Raulie is a senior in the Lighting Design program and is very grateful to make his ART design debut with Boeing Boeing! Along with numerous ART production credits, Raulie has designed for Beowulf Alley Theatre’s Radium Girls, CYT’s The Wizard of Oz, and last year’s Encore! He is currently the Lighting Designer for UA Opera Theatre’s Die Fledermaus. Raulie thanks his outstanding team, friends, family, and faculty for always supporting and pushing him to new heights.

Taryn Wintersteen (Scenic Designer) – Taryn is a senior BFA in Theater Design/Tech with a Scenic Design emphasis. Boeing Boeing is her first large-scale design and Senior Capstone Project. She has designed smaller shows including Rough Crossing at Beowulf Alley Theatre. She has also worked on The Voice of the Prairie, Inspecting Carol, and Nine for ART as an Assistant Designer or Properties Master. She would like to thank her parents for their support during her CRAZY college career. Daniel Colecchia (Sound Designer) – Daniel is a junior in the BFA Design/Technology program. Most recently, he spent the summer at Arizona Theatre Company as a Sound Intern and worked on the productions Elephant’s Graveyard and In Your Eyes. Previous Arizona Repertory Theatre credits include Cymbeline and How I Learned To Drive. Daniel would like to thank his family and friends for their support. Adam Michard (Technical Director) – Adam is a third-year MFA student in Technical Direction. Most recently, Adam acted as Technical Director for the Intiman Theatre Festival in Seattle. Adam is thankful and grateful for the skill and hard work of the TAR 111 class and the rest of the TDs. Special thanks to Brenda and Cordelia. Ken Phillips (Stage Manager) – Ken is a senior Stage Management student who is ecstatic to have this hilarious production as his Senior Capstone. UA credits include The Voice of the Prairie, Bat Boy: The Musical, Ouroboros, and Cymbeline. The last two summers, Ken has been a Directing Intern in New York at Powerhouse Theatre and the Hangar Theatre. He plans to graduate this December and begin climbing the ladder to becoming a freelance Director and Fight Choreographer. En Garde! Kevin Black (Dialect Coach) – Kevin is an Associate Professor of Practice in the School of Theatre, Film & Television, teaching Acting and Voice and Movement. He has coached dialects for ART’s How I Learned to Drive, Hay Fever, Violet, and Bus Stop, and he was the Dialect Coach for Arizona Theatre Company’s production of The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by Stephen Wrentmore. He regularly appears in ART productions, including Cymbeline, As You Like It, Dracula, The Diary of Anne Frank, Leading Ladies, Titus Andronicus, and Henry IV, Parts I & II. A long-time member of Actors’ Equity Association, Kevin has acted at such venues as The New York Shakespeare Festival, The Shakespeare Theater at the Folger, Primary Stages (NYC), The Pearl Theater Co.


PROFILES (NYC), The Alliance Theater (GA), Indiana Rep, Delaware Theater Co., GeVa Theater (NY), Laguna Playhouse (CA), and Pacific Repertory Theater (CA). He played Paul in Invisible Theatre’s US premiere of Mesa; at ATC, he played George Wilson in The Great Gatsby; and appeared in The Last Red Book, The Narrows, and The Tortilla Curtain for ATC’s Cafe Bohemia. His onscreen acting credits include the films Getting to Know You (1999 Sundance Film Festival) and Capture the Flag (2010 Hamptons International Film Festival), directed by his wife, filmmaker Lisanne Skyler. Kevin Reagan (Dramaturg) – Kevin is a junior in the BFA Dramaturgy program, and Boeing Boeing marks his first ART production as Lead Dramaturg. He will also be serving as Production Dramaturg in ART’s spring production of The Glass Menagerie. Outside of theatre, Kevin has put his dramaturgical skills to use at an internship for the Arizona Historical Society and as a Student Producer for Arizona Public Media.

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~ ACTOR PROFILES ~ Michael Calvoni (Robert) – Michael is senior BFA Musical Theatre major from Scottsdale, AZ. He is so excited to be a part of this amazing first show of the season and to be able to work with Professor Gibbs on a show for the second time. You might recognize Michael from past ART performances, including Princeton in Avenue Q, Cymbeline, The Secret Garden, and more. He would like to thank Lindsey, his mom & dad, and his family and friends for always supporting him in everything he does. Drink up! You’re in for a bumpy night! Parker Janecek (Bernard) – Hailing from Lake Havasu City, AZ, Parker is currently a junior pursuing his BFA in Acting here at The

University of Arizona. He is very ecstatic to be having his debut performance for Arizona Repertory Theatre’s production of Boeing Boeing and would like to thank the faculty for the opportunity, as well as his family and friends for all their love and support - not to exclude his dog, Hobbes - for being a readily available scene partner when he is most needed. Sammie Lideen (Gretchen) – Sammie can’t believe she gets to be a part of this hilarious production. She was most recently seen on the ART stage as the evil queen in Shakespeare’s Cymbeline, and last fall, she took part in ATC’s production of Jane Austen’s Emma. Past credits include: ART’s production of The Secret Garden, Nancy in Oliver, Georgia Hendrix in Curtains, and Marcy Park in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Sammie is a UA senior, currently pursuing her BFA in Musical Theatre. Thanks to Brent Gibbs and this wonderful cast for an amazing experience, as well as her mom, dad, and sister for their love and support. Lindsey Mony (Berthe) – Lindsey is a senior Musical Theatre major and is thrilled to be in this hilarious show. She was last seen as Maria in Nine and Girl Bear/Mrs.T in Avenue Q. She would like to thank Michael, her friends and family, the cast and crew, and her entire senior class for being so incredible. Special thanks to her inspiring professors who have provided her with so much knowledge and encouragement. Merci beaucoup! Enjoy the show! Carli Naff (Gabriella) – Carli is a junior in the BFA Musical Theatre program. She was last seen on the Marroney stage as Renata in Nine, and before that, she played Christmas Eve in Avenue Q. Her passion for acting has flourished here at the UA, and she is so excited to perform in her first straight play. She would like to thank the most important people in her life - her family - for their unending love and support. She would also like to thank all of her professors, directors, and coaches for helping her to grow. Silvia Vannoy (Gloria) – Silvia is thrilled to be continuing her ART career as a part of the 2015 class. Other than being part of various instrumental and vocal ensembles, some of her favorite past roles include Cherie in Bus Stop; Rizzo in Grease; herself in the webseries, Spaces, Places, Faces; and she was most recently seen as Lady of the Spa in ART’s Nine. Silvia is from Portland, Oregon, and would like to thank her family, her best friends, and her mentee for all the love and support they have shown her through the years.


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THEATRE POLICIES

House Policies: Please turn off watch alarms, mobile phones, pagers, and all other electronic devices. Food, beverages and smoking are not permitted in the theatre. The use of cameras or recording devices of any kind is strictly prohibited. Children five and under, babies, and strollers are not permitted in the theatre. Seating Policy: Productions begin on time. Generally, each theatre will open for seating 30 minutes before curtain. There is no late seating. Refunds: Tickets are non-refundable. All ticket sales are final. Emergency Messages: Physicians and other patrons expecting emergency calls during a performance are asked to leave their paging devices with the House Manager. Lost and Found: Lost and found items will be reported to the Fine Arts Box Office at (520) 621-1162.


Theatre PRogram FAculty & Staff FACULTY Mr. Bruce Brockman, Director of School Mr. Peter Beudert, Univ. Distinguished Professor Mr. Kevin Black, Assoc. Professor of Practice Mr. Matt Bowdren, Adjunct Instructor Dr. Harold Dixon, Professor Emeritus Ms. Deanna Fitzgerald, Assistant Professor Mr. Brent Gibbs, Associate Professor Mr. Danny Gurwin, Assistant Professor Mr. Richard T. Hanson, Associate Professor Emeritus Mr. Patrick Holt, Associate Professor Mr. Ted Kraus, Instructor Dr. Frank LaBan, Professor Emeritus Ms. Jenny Lang, Instructor Dr. Jessica Maerz, Assistant Professor Mr. Matthew Marcus, Instructor Dr. Laura McCammon, Professor Dr. Bobbi McKean, Associate Professor Mr. David Morden, Assistant Professor Mr. Monte Ralstin, Professor of Practice Ms. Clare P. Rowe, Associate Professor Dr. Melissa C. Thompson, Assistant Professor Ms. Erin Treat, Adjunct Instructor Mr. Albert Tucci, Director & Professor Emeritus Mr. Richard Tuckett, Associate Professor Dr. Patricia VanMetre, Associate Professor Emerita Mr. Matthew Walley, Adjunct Instructor Mr. Jeffrey L. Warburton, Associate Professor Ms. Dianne J. Winslow, Professor Mr. David Yarnelle, Adjunct Instructor

THEATRE PROGRAM ADVISORY BOARD Joe Gootter (President), Bill Neumann (Vice President), Taffie Eiff (Secretary), Bill Bennett, Julie Cohn, Carol Elliott, Tracy Gee, Don Haskell, Joan Horwitz, Leonard Joffe, Jane Kivel, Jerry Lacker, Linda Laden, Gloria Linden, Caren Newman, Gale Petrie, Victoria Terzano, Don VandeGriff, Jen Willis

Life Members Pat Ballard, Walter Kutscher, Mary Parnell, George Rosenberg, Lillian Rosenzweig

Associate Members Cindy Ashton (Past President), David Cone, Doris Coris, Ken Greenfield, Jo Harris, Alice Horne, Schuyler Lininger, Lois McKelvey, Sharmin Pool-Bak, Judy Ranzer, Vivi Sabbagh, Ted Taubeneck, Tony Torrance, Jo Ann Zirkle

ADMINISTRATION School Director & Producer Associate Director Artistic Director Associate Artistic Director Advising Services Asst. to the Director for Admin. Business Manager Office Specialist

Bruce Brockman Bobbi McKean Brent Gibbs Dianne J. Winslow Christina Swanson, Jeffrey L. Warburton Justine Collins Stacy Babler Kim Rubly

GRADUATE STUDENTS Eve Bandi, M Erdman, Don Fox, Alyssa LeBlanc, Sandahl Masson, Angela McMahon, Adam Michard, Elly Mikula, Shahnoor Shafqat, Sarah Talaba

PRODUCTION Production Manager Technical Director Assistant Technical Director Lighting Supervisor Costume Director Costume Shop Manager Costume Design Advisor Paint & Properties Supervisor Sound Supervisor Dramaturgy Supervisor

Jenny Lang Ted Kraus Tony Cordaro Deanna Fitzgerald Richard Tuckett Maryann Trombino Patrick Holt Clare P. Rowe Matt Marcus Jessica Maerz

MARKETING & AUDIENCE SERVICES Marketing & Development Dir. Lisa Pierce Marketing Specialist, Associate Lindsey Burlingame Outreach Coordinator Bobbi McKean Fine Arts Box Office Manager Charles Cannon Assistant Box Office Manager Megan Gerrish Box Office Staff Thomas Alcaraz, Diego Armenta, Ben Atwell, Callie Bailey, Daniel Bitter, Miles Fujimoto, Casey Giblin, Tim Giblin, Maryam Gilpatrick, Esther Gotlieb, Amanda Koenig, Q Martin, Beth McClendon, Brianna Ragels House Managers Thomas Alcaraz, Diego Armenta, Callie Bailey, Daniel Bitter, Casey Giblin, Maryam Gilpatrick, Esther Gotlieb, Q Martin, Beth McClendon Season Graphic Designers Whitespace Design & Ed Flores Photography


Take Your Seat in the Marroney Theatre! Claim a seat in your name. Honor someone you love. Remember someone you miss.

And establish a legacy

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for our students.

our gift of $500 will be honored with a brass plate on a seat in the Marroney Theatre, as well as a silver star in the lobby. It’s a visible way to show Tucson theatre lovers your support for our students, or honor a loved one in support of our students.

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he goal of our Take Your Seat! campaign is to raise funds for the Showcase of Talent Endowment. The annual Showcase of Talent provides an opportunity for senior Acting and Musical Theatre majors to audition for, and interview with, industry professionals for theatre, film and television across the country. These potential employers also interview and review portfolios of junior and senior Design/Technology and Dramaturgy majors, as well as present valuable workshops to help students transition into the professional world.

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ome of our students secure employment as a result of the Showcase of Talent, and all receive the priceless experience of interacting with working professionals. So, Please...Take Your Seat!

For more information about the Take Your Seat! campaign, or to explore other opportunities to support the School of Theatre, Film & Television, please contact the Marketing & Development Office at (520) 626-2686 or marketing@cfa.arizona.edu.


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