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Review: Enjoy the bite of 'Greater Tuna'

6:47 PM, Jul. 26, 2013
Dan Klarer, left, and Ryan Schabach play all of the characters in 'Greater Tuna,' playing now through Aug. 14 at Third Avenue Playhouse.
Dan Klarer, left, and Ryan Schabach play all of the characters in 'Greater Tuna,' playing now through Aug. 14 at Third Avenue Playhouse.
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Those who fret over being politically correct may find it distasteful, but it's hard to hold back a guffaw while watching the zany characters of "Greater Tuna," the Stage Door Theatre Company production that opened at the Third Avenue Playhouse this week.

The satire of a fictional small town in Texas is a fast-moving romp portrayed by just two actors who manage to change wigs, clothes and personalities faster than finding a new radio station from Tuna's own "OKKK."

The play managed to not offend President George H.W. and Barbara Bush when the co-writers and original cast Jaston Williams and ...

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