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TAP opens a can of 'Greater Tuna'

4:35 PM, Jul. 23, 2013
Dan Klarer and Ryan Schabach, from left, take on all 40 roles in the Stage Door Theatre Company production of 'Greater Tuna' at Third Avenue Playhouse.
Dan Klarer and Ryan Schabach, from left, take on all 40 roles in the Stage Door Theatre Company production of 'Greater Tuna' at Third Avenue Playhouse.
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Third Avenue Playhouse continues its Stage Door Theatre Company season with the opening of the comedy "Greater Tuna" for a three-week run in its 84-seat, back-room Studio Theatre.

The show delves into the lives of the inhabitants of the fictional burg of Tuna, "the third-smallest town" in Texas, mixing affectionate looks at small-town Southern life with satire of that life. It was written by Joe Sears and Jaston Williams and premiered in 1981 in Austin, Texas, since going on to play with theater companies around the world, off-Broadway, on a 1984 HBO special and at the White House for ...

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