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The Foreigner: A Droll Look At Seeing What You Want To See

The Foreigner at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre is a wry, knowing comedy, good-naturedly poking fun at human frailties and overlaid with a wacky daftness. The incisively observed social satire is sheathed in a broad, almost slapstick quality, sort of like Moliere crossed with The Three Stooges.

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