Considered "one of the funniest plays of the 20th Century", Larry Shue's “The Foreigner” is a farce set down home and deep in Dixie. Nursing a broken heart, Charlie travels from London to a remote fishing lodge in Georgia. Not wanting to share his misery, Charlie pretends he doesn’t understand English – and inadvertently learns the deepest secrets of all the other folks at the lodge. When a few of those secrets threaten some of his new friends, Charlie decides to take action – with hilarious results. Rated PG for some language and inferences of violence and prejudice, “The Foreigner” is the perfect date night for laughter – and even a little moral lesson. Performances October 22, 28 & 29 @ 7:30pm and Sunday matinees Oct 24 & 30 @ 2pm.