Comic Farce The Foreigner by Larry Shue (The Nerd)
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The last date listed for The Foreigner was Friday October 25, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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The popular English version of 1960s French farce Boeing Boeing jets into Long Beach, piloted by Long Beach Playhouse. This high-flying, sexy comedy follows a French architect named Bernard, who's secretly engaged to three different flight attendants. He successfully juggles them by keeping "one up, one down and one pending" -- that is, until the new, faster Boeing jet goes into service. Then his fiancées' schedules get jumbled, and things quickly turn turbulent as all three women descend on Bernard's Paris apartment simultaneously -- and Bernard's visiting friend Robert is absolutely no help. Boeing Boeing held the world record for being the longest-running comedy in London's West End. The 1965 film version starred Jerry Lewis and Tony Curtis, and the 2008 Tony-winning revival featured Bradley Whitford, Mark Rylance, Christine Baranski, Gina Gershon and Mary McCormack. Learn More
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