Red, White and Tuna

By Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard
Directed by John Lepard
July 12 – August 19, 2012 

Reprising their roles from our smash-hit production of Greater Tuna, the hilarious team of Aral Gribble and Wayne David Parker return for the outrageous summertime sequel, once again portraying the entire population of the town in this quick-change comedy. The 4th of July in Tuna, Texas means it’s time for the Tuna High School Class Reunion, and the return of some of your favorite Tuna residents, like Petey Fisk and Reverend Spikes, as well as some outlandish newcomers! You won’t want to miss this loving, side-splitting satire of life where the Lion’s Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies.


Aral Gribble and Wayne David Parker


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Performance Schedule

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM
Saturdays at 3PM (starting the 2nd week of the run)
Sundays at 2PM

Ticket Prices

Pay-What-You-Can ~ Thursday, July 12 at 8pm
Preview performances July 13, 14 15 & 19 ~ $15
Beginning July 20:
Thursday evenings ~ $20
Friday and Saturday evenings ~ $25
Saturday and Sunday matinees ~ $22
Student tickets (with valid ID) ~ $10
Senior discount (65 and older) ~ $2 off regular ticket price

 In The Press

Dynamic Duo returns to Tuna, Texas (and Willamston Theatre)
by Dana Casadei,

Return of the Texas Twosome:
Williamston Theatre Catches Another Tuna
by Holly Johnson, Lansing City Pulse

REVIEW: Two actors, 20 characters and endless laughs in Red, White and Tuna!
by Emily Caswell, MLive.come

REVIEW: Red, White and Tuna Brings Texas-sized Laughs
by Ken Glickman, Lansing State Journal

REVIEW: Williamston serves tangy mix of satire and laughs
by Donald V. Calamia,

REVIEW: Slicker Than Snot: Two Actors Play an Entire Town in Williamston’s Dazzling Red, White and Tuna
by Mary C. Cusack, Lansing City Pulse

REVIEW: Williamston’s Red, White and Tuna Brings Back Strong Duo
by Dana Casadei, Lansing Online News

REVIEW: Tuna’s a Two-Man Comedy
by Daniel Skora, New Monitor

Williamston Theatre, how Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count The Ways…
by Susan Parcheta, The Livingston Post