Hartwick Theatre Presents “The Foreigner”November 4, 2013
Hartwick College Theatre Arts is scheduled to perform The Foreigner by playwright Larry Shue. Performances will be held at 8 p.m. from November 13 through November 16 in Slade Theater of Yager Hall.
The Foreigner is a two act comedy about Charlie Baker and Staff Sergeant "Froggy" LeSueur who visit a fishing lodge in rural Georgia and the shenanigans they cause. Shy Baker has a hard time speaking to strangers and to help him out, cheerful friend LeSueur creates a plan to break Baker out of his shell. LeSueur's plan goes array and Baker discovers interesting secrets that lead to much bigger problems than shyness.
The play is directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at Hartwick, Dr. Marc E. Shaw; set design by Professor of Theatre Arts and Director of Theatre Arts, Kenneth H. Golden; and tech and lighting by Instructor in Technical Theatre, Lecturer in Theatre Arts, Technical Director, and Lighting Technician Gary P. Burlew.
Cast members include:
· Staff Sergeant "Froggy" LeSuer: James Canal '16
· Charlie Baker: Evan Flynn '17
· Betty Meeks: Lindsey Partelow '17
· Rev. David Marshall Lee: Thomas Horton '16
· Catherine Simms: Sarah Walsh '15
· Ellard Simms: Brian Cook '16
· Owen Musser: Alex Austein '17
Also included in the performance will be a student chorus, titled "Townspeople." The chorus will include: Veronica Hudak '14, Riley Phillips '17, Gregory Hunter '17 and Charles Tyrell '17.
Tickets are $5 for Hartwick students, faculty and staff members and general admission is $10. For more information and to make reservations, call 607-431-4227.
This performance is funded by the Hartwick College Department of English and Theatre Arts. For additional information on the performance, contact Theater Department Academic Intern Michael Seeber '13 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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