"With The Foreigner, the main challenge is ensuring that audiences believe a person who is so quiet can change so much by taking on a different personality. It's also one of the few modern comedies that remains true to human nature despite its absurd excesses."
"The Foreigner was a huge success last time and the feedback from audiences was phenomenal," he said. "The opportunity to reprise a role that brought pleasure to so many people two years ago was irresistible."
The Foreigner plays at 8pm August 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17 and 18 with 2pm matinees August 5 and 12. Tickets are $25, $22 concession book at www.trybooking.com/VELJ. On August 4, 50 per cent proceeds will go to the WA Heart and Lung Transplant Foundation. The heritage-listed Old Mill Theatre is on the corner of Mends Street and Mill Point Road, South Perth (opposite the Windsor Hotel and Australia Post).