New York City
Pathologically shy and unassuming, Charlie retreats to a rural Georgia hunting lodge. To avoid conversation with strangers, he pretends he cannot speak English. Thinking this “foreigner” can’t understand them, the other guests reveal their plans and innermost secrets. The non-stop hilarity begins when he uses this knowledge to foil plots by the wicked and to bring happiness to the good. In theatres across the country, this comic romp has left audiences helpless with laughter!On Sunday May 14 there will be a Mother’s Day brunch offered prior to the show for $10.00 per person.