Taylor Theatre Playbills




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The playbill for Taylor University’s Spring 1989 performance of The Foreigner by Larry Shue.

The Foreigner is the story of two Englishmen Charlie Baker and Staff Sergeant Froggy who come to stay at a fishing lodge for a weekend. When Froggy makes up a story about Charlie being a foreigner who cannot understand English to help explain his shyness, Charlie is suddenly exposed to a variety of secrets held by the lodge visitors and becomes the focus of some racist members of the community.

Artistic Director

Oliver Hubbard

Publication Date



Upland, IN


racism, comedy, false impressions, the South, farce


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The Foreigner

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