ASPI is proud to present Larry Shue’s two-act comedy The Foreigner, running June 16-19 and June 23 – 26.
When audiences enter the theater, they will be transported to a fishing lodge in rural Georgia. There they will meet two Englishmen, army sergeant Froggy and proofreader Charlie. This tranquil retreat takes a turn when Froggy shares with the host and other guests that Charliedoes not understand a word of English. This means that Charlie is now privy to secrets and scandal galore, unbeknownst to the others! What could possibly go wrong? When Charlie overhears something that could change the future of the lodge forever, will Charlie be able to keep up his farce or will he have to expose his secret to save the day?
If you could be like Charlie for the day, able to listen in without being detected, would you? Where would you be a fly on the wall?
Below is a selection of thought provoking “would you rather” questions that are sure to leave you thinking that with great power comes great responsibility.
- Would you rather, only be able to see 10 minutes into your own future anytime you want or be able to see anyone’s entire future but, not your own, 10 times throughout your life?
- Would you rather, relive the same day, repeatedly, for a year or lose a year of your life?
- Would you rather have magical powers in the normal world and not be able to tell anyone or live in a magical world of your creation but there’s nothing magical about you?
- Would you rather be able to forget any of your past memories at any time or be able to make someone forget their memory but when they do, you acquire it as your own?
- Would you rather have to say exactly what you’re thinking all the time or be able to read minds but only the bad things people are thinking about you?
- Would you rather know all the mysteries of the universe or know every outcome of every choice you make?
- Would you rather know, without being able to change it, when you’re going to die or how you’re going to die?
- (Question Source: The Odyssey)
This is one production you don’t want to miss! It’s sure to end with a BANG! Buy your tickets NOW. Any questions? Contact the Box Office at (920) 826-5852. Tickets also available online at Www.abramstheater.com.