MARCH 27, 2013
Desert Stages Theatre Presents ‘The Foreigner’
Friday, March 22 – Sunday, May 19, Tickets at DesertStages.org
SCOTTSDALE – Desert Stages Theatre presents The Foreigner, a witty comedy, Fri., March 22 – Sun., May 19.
Charlie Baker’s lack of words yields an abundance of knowledge when he and a friend lie about his native language. Set in a Georgia fishing lodge, the dirty laundry of the other guests seems to effortlessly unfurl before his eyes and ears.
DST’s Actor’s Café and its intimate 65-seat theatre delivers a hilarious story, entertaining the audience as they watch the guests of lodge divulge their secrets to the painfully shy Charlie, posing as a foreigner. The drama unfolds in the up-close-and-personal space making for an undeniably comical experience.
With a storyline influenced so heavily by its characters, DST’s The Foreigner‘s cast is sure to deliver. Actors include: Wade Moran, playing Charlie Baker, the show’s director, Timothy Pittman, playing Owen Musser, Barbara McBain portraying Betty Meeks, Stephen Serns as Rev. David Marshall Lee and Keller Perry playing Ellard Simms, among more.
History. The Foreigner originally premiered in Milwaukee, but later opened at New York City’s Astor Place Theatre, running for 686 performances. Written by American playwright, Larry Shue, The Foreigner won two Obie Awards and two Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best New American Play and Best Off-Broadway Production.
Tickets Online and by Phone. Tickets are available at wwwDesertStages.org; or by phone, 480.483.1664, and also at the theatre box office, 4720 N. Scottsdale Road, north side of Scottsdale Fashion Square, next to the former Coco’s restaurant. Tickets are $25 for adults and $22 for seniors and students.
About Desert Stages Theatre. A bustling community playhouse, Desert Stages Theatre in Scottsdale, Ariz., is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3, founded in 1995, and delivers performances year round. Desert Stages has developed thousands of thespians, young and old, many with compelling personal stories of triumph and major stage success, and all of whom perform at DST for the pure love of the theatre.