Here on the Flight Path
March 13, 14, 15, & 20, 21, 22, 2015
A Romantic Adult Comedy by Norm Foster
(who also wrote last year’s hit comedy, The Love List)
Directed by Glenn Frail
Set on adjoining balconies in a big city apartment building, the play follows John Cummings as he interacts with three women, who become his neighbors over a three and a half year period. Hilarious and, at times, touching.
Here On The Flight Path is a hilarious look at a screwed-up nerd's relationships with three attractive and very different women, Fay, Angel, and Gwen. For John Cummings, living on the edge of Toronto's Pearson Airport, the coming and going of jet planes is simply a metaphor for the way life flies by. When you don't grab tomorrow by the tail, you're left on the edge of the runway, on the outskirts of life. Strung out by a failed marriage and uncertain of his macho attraction, John’s attempts at romance with his lovely neighbors turns out to alter his oh-so masculine perceptions of love and provides the serious undertow in Foster's comedy.
Need a laugh? Do yourself a favor and get to Here On The Flight Path, an insightful comedy that rips the lid off male-female relationships. -- The Hamilton Spectator
Director Glenn Frail has assembled a wonderful cast to bring Norm Foster’s newest comedy to the Old Opera House stage, including Jeffrey Marcum, Elizabeth Van Absher, Elizabeth Ricketts and Jen George.
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Fridays & Saturdays @ 8pm | $19.00 Adults
Sunday matinees @ 2:30pm | $17.00 Adults
Students $12.00 all performances
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$19 @8:00pm Fri & Sat Nights
$17 @2:30pm Sunday Matinees
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