Norm Foster's Here on the Flight Path at Renton Civic Theatre
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Canada's most popular playwright, Norm Foster hilariously sends up the workplace in Office Hours. A jockey too heavy to ride, a desperate movie producer whose blockbuster idea sounds a lot like Tarzan, and a sexually frustrated therapist are just a few of the wacky characters that crop up on a Friday afternoon in six offices across the city. Through all their wheeling, dealing and all-too-familiar office politicking, these seemingly unrelated characters are tied together by the day planner, romance novel and mysterious author they have in common. Frequently compared to legendary playwright Neil Simon for his accessible humor and insight into everyday life, Foster creates his funniest play in Office Hours. Learn More
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“Norm Foster creates characters who are so believable that theatergoers see bits of themselves reflected on stage.” —L.A. Daily News
To learn more about Norm Foster, check out the playwright’s website.
Written by Norm Foster
Directed by Bill Huls
John Cummings lives on the top floor of the Aurora Terrace Apartments somewhere in Canada, one mile from town, and directly under an airport’s busy flight path. John is a lonely and divorced back-porch philosopher. Over three-and-a-half years, three very different women occupy the apartment next door. Fay, a hooker; Angel, a young lady who aspires to a life in show business; and Gwen, a woman who has just left her husband. As John reflects on his relationships with neighbors Fay, Angel and Gwen, he shares his unique views on everything from poets to sex.