It is a live theatre production
The beautiful West Valley Performing Arts Center located at 3333 Decker Lake Drive in West Valley City is the venue for the play, The Foreigner. The performances will run from March 3 through March 26, 2022, with Thursday to Saturday shows at 7:30 PM and Saturday matinees at 3:00 PM.
This is a comedic play by Larry Shue. It is about a man by the name of Charlie who is visiting in rural Georgia at a fishing lodge. He pretends not to speak English in an attempt to avoid talking to people. Charlie overhears more than he should which makes for the comedy in the show.
The local residents talk about personal stories because they don't think that Charlie is able to understand what they are saying. He does understand and becomes aware of many secrets of the townspeople including who are the good guys and the bad guys.
The show is directed by Bruce Craven. The cast and creative team include: Xander Richey, Joseph Paul Branca, Vicky Pugmire, Amanda Anne Dayton, TJ Thomas, Brandon Green, Oran Marc de Baritault, Byerly Neilsen, Devin Spann, and Andrea Lee.
The production of The Foreigner is appropriate for ages 13 and older.
As a special service to the community, the West Valley City Arts offer a limited amount of $10 tickets for the Thursday night performances. Use code "Thursday" at checkout for the available tickets at that price. Student discounts are available for youth under the age of 12 for $14. Use the code "STUDENT" at checkout. Special offers are subject to change.
[Check out the website for information and tickets: https://wvcarts.org]