Photos by Beth Moore
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In a rural fishing lodge in Georgia, Froggy LeSueur, a British demolitions expert, is trying to put his friend, Charlie Baker at ease. The problem is Charlie is pathologically shy and is terrified at the prospect of having to converse with strangers at the lodge. Froggy tells Betty, the owner of the lodge, that Charlie is from an exotic foreign country and neither speaks nor understands English. Froggy then departs for three days. Conversations at the lodge carry on around Charlie much as if he didn't understand a word. That he does adds to the hilarity of the play and sets up the wildly funny climax in which things go uproariously awry for the "bad guys" and the "good guys" emerge triumphant.
Staff Sergeant "Froggy" LeSueur
Rev. David Marshall Lee
Rebecca Rowland Hines
Lighting & Sound
Rick Hoover, Jeff Ekdahl, Ted Schroeder, Robert Klein, John & Alec Bartholomew
George Mauro/Steve Hotaling
Jodi Johnson, Debbie Hoover
John & Ian Knowles
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