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85 Star Starred
Balboa Theatre
Located at E. Street 868 Fourth Avenue San Diego, CA 92101
619-570-1100
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Parking in Horton Plaza is incredibly expensive. I've never paid that much for parking there. I'll be looking for alternative places to park.
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attended May 06 2009

I have seen the Tuna shows several times over the years, and this was by far the weakest. The show was supposed to be about the characters going to Vegas to renew their vows, and then they never do. I think that a lot more could have been done...continued

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97 reviews
266 stars
attended May 06 2009

Classic Tuna by the originators. It's a tough act to follow 3 previous hit shows and keep it current, but they did it. Everyone should spend some time in Tuna, and the side trip to Vegas was hilarious.

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attended May 10 2009

Wonderful fun. The actors were great. I would love to see them again.

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Website

http://www.broadwaysd.com/tunashow.php

Description

The citizens of the “third smallest town in Texas” are back in their first new show in 10 years. In this sequel to Greater Tuna, Arles, Bertha, Petey and all your favorites from Tuna, Texas head to Sin City. Tuna Does Vegas stars the dynamic duo Jaston Williams and Tony Award-nominated Joe Sears.

Running time: 2 hour 10 minutes with 20 minute intermission.

Contains adult content.

About the Ticket Supplier: Broadway San Diego, A Nederlander Presentation

Broadway/San Diego – A Nederlander Presentation is part of the nationally recognized Nederlander Producing Company of America – one of the country’s largest and most experienced operators of live theater. Broadway/San Diego made its original debut as the “San Diego Playgoers” in 1976, after presenting Equus at the Spreckels Theatre in Downtown San Diego. For several years, San Diego Playgoers presented shows at the Fox Theatre (now Copley Symphony Hall) and the Spreckels, before establishing a permanent home at the San Diego Civic Theatre in 1986, with occasional presentations at the other venues.