A Tuna Christmas: Holiday Sequel To Texas Comedy Greater Tuna, With the Original Cast
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The last date listed for A Tuna Christmas was Sunday November 25, 2007 / 1:00pm.
Currently at Warner Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $65.00 - $80.00
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The Washington Ballet's ingenious take on this holiday favorite is set in the wintry, historic D.C. of old. In Septime Webre's version of the timeless ballet, George Washington becomes the heroic nutcracker -- which makes perfect sense considering his legendary set of wooden choppers. Set to Tchaikovsky's beautiful score and staged with magnificent sets and costumes, there are waltzing cherry blossoms, dancing sugar plums and other clever adaptations to enchant young and old, making this particular The Nutcracker a beloved family tradition. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Margaret R
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It was enjoyable, but the venue (Warner Theatre) is not very comfortable (seats are old - low and uncomfortable), and the "casual" atmosphere of the theatre is not pleasant. It becomes more like a movie theatre than live performance theatre (food and drinks in theatre, etc.).
Quotes & Highlights
- “The show is a hoot, and the cast, Joe Sears and Jaston Williams, is two hoots.” -New York Times
- “This show is so funny. It’s far too good just for Christmas.” -New York Post
- “There’s plenty to ho-ho-ho about. A Tuna Christmas is a delightful gift for longtime Tuna fans and newcomers alike.” -Dallas Morning News
Seasons Greetings from A Tuna Christmas, the hilarious sequel to the hit comedy, Greater Tuna, starring Tony Award nominees Joe Sears and Jaston Williams. Master comedians Sears and Williams, with their deft comedic timing, trademark characterizations and split-second costume changes, portray all 24 citizens of Tuna, the third smallest town in Texas, where the Lion’s Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies! This time, it’s 24 hours before Christmas and the delightfully eccentric characters are attempting to cope with seasonal traumas such as a disaster prone little theatre production of A Christmas Carol, and a yard-decorating contest being sabotaged by a mysterious Christmas phantom.