“The Foreigner”

Through Feb. 7 Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre It’s January, and that means the
musicians at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre get to take a break while the stage is turned over to a song-less comedy. This
time, it’s Larry Shue’s oft-staged “The Foreigner,” a 1983 hit about a shy man whose pal tells others
that he doesn’t speak English. Jeff Stockberger, no stranger to door-slamming silliness after appearing in B&B’s
“Don’t Dress for Dinner” and “Run for Your Wife,” leads a cast that includes Sarah Hund of “Smoke
on the Mountain” and Indy’s favorite Santa, Ty Stover. Details here.

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