It’s opening night! After a string of roaringly successful previews, and standing ovations at the end of each one, tonight we open The Foreigner at the beautiful Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Jupiter, Florida. In my last post, I saluted all the folks behind the scenes. And I want to thank again our wonderful director Matt Lenz, who made the rehearsal process such a joy, and Producing Artistic Director Andrew Kato, for championing this play and choosing to open his season with it.
For this post, however, I want to focus on my fellow actors, who are all wonderful offstage, and even more wonderful onstage. I’m very lucky to be out there with each and every one of them. If you’re in the Jupiter area, you owe it to yourself to see these fine folks at work, generating everything from chuckles to guffaws. Who are the wacky people pictured here? You can see the full cast (and the creative team)–and buy tickets–here:
Thank you and congrats to everyone involved with The Foreigner. This is my fourth production as Charlie Baker (the “foreigner”), and I still learn new things every day from everyone involved. Happy Opening!