Throw Back Thursday – The Foreigner (2008)

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This week’s TBT is The Foreigner. A fun and funny farce from the 1980s, that happens to have relevance today. The serious undercurrent that anchors this enduring hit is a reminder that, in some quarters, not much has changed in the racist heart of America.


FROM ANTON ROOD (DIRECTOR)

Awww yes, The Foreigner. My first full length directorial debut.

I had directed a hand full of short plays at Theatre Cedar Rapids prior to this and a one-act in high school, but beyond that everything I had contributed to the theater was on the

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Throw Back Thursday – Saving Grace (1993)

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This week’s Throw Back Thursday looks back at a wacky comedy done in our dinner theatre days.


Back in the day, we did dinner theatres at Cornell College in the dinning area of the Commons. A musical in the summer at Armstrong Hall (pre-Kimmel) and a dinner theatre in the dining area. Ahhhh those were the days!!

In Saving Grace, I played the Grace they were saving. A wacky comedic role, and if I remember right, it involved drenching me in water at one point every performance.

Doug Mattison was my leading man and he

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Throw Back Thursday – Cooking with Gus (1991) & Shorts & Sweets (2004)

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Thanksgiving–a time for family, friends, food–& togetherness. Unfortunately, this year things are a little different. Maybe we won’t get to be together this year, but can look through the memories. This week’s TBT is full of food, fun & frenzy!

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Throw Back Thursday – The Man Who Came To Dinner (2015)

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An octopus, penguins and cockroaches, oh my! Throw in a mischievous radio personality, his loyal secretary, a conniving actress and many other zany characters and you could see, The Man Who Came To Dinner was a witty madcap farce that you didn’t want to miss.

FROM DUANE LARSON (SHERIDAN WHITESIDE)

Who couldn’t love the opportunity to wheel around a stage in a bathrobe, insulting everyone with whom you came into contact?

The chance doesn’t come around often. Amazing cast, large in size and talent! With Robin and Karen steering the ship we couldn’t go wrong.

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