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Tallahassee Little Theatre Celebrates the Holidays with "A Tuna Christmas"

A-tuna-Christmas-with-text-249x187-gif-versionTALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Enjoy a little Christmas cheer as Tallahassee Little Theatre proudly presents A Tuna Christmas, the hilarious sequel to Greater Tuna.

The uproarious comedy A Tuna Christmas celebrates the holidays in the third smallest town in Texas where life is anything but normal.

Will Stanley complete his probation?
Will Vera win the holiday decoration trophy for the 15th year in a row?
Will Bertha find her husband Hank?
Will the lights stay on for Joe Bob’s production of A Christmas Carol?
Will Pearl ever get rid of the blue jays in her yard?
Will Didi finally get to enjoy the holidays?
Will Arles finally find love?

Take a visit to Tuna, Texas this holiday season to find out the answers to all these questions, and enjoy a show full of laughs along the way.

Directed by M. Derek Nieves, A Tuna Christmas is both an affectionate commentary and satirical representation of life in a small town, Southern life and attitudes.  Talented actors Krystof Kage and Kelly Stever Elliott portray all 22 quirky characters of Tuna, Texas, making split second changes with costumes, props and wigs.

A Tuna Christmas will play on the TLT Mainstage December 15th-17th at 8pm and December 18th at 2pm.  Tickets are $21 for Adults, $17 for Students and Seniors.  Tickets are available online at www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org or by calling the box office at 850-224-8474.  Tickets will also be available day of the show on a first come first served
basis.


Tallahassee Little Theatre is a professionally-managed institution that produces ten to twelve shows per season.  TLT offers educational opportunities with summer theatre camps for children ages 5-17, and houses other organizations including The Acting Up Players, a group with over 100 senior citizens participating in classes, community outreach, and producing their own performance series.  The facility is also used for community functions ranging from benefit performances for non-profits, dance recitals, and youth group meetings.  TLT’s audience and volunteer participation totals over 13,000 people each year.  Another estimated 5,000 are reached through other organizations utilizing the TLT facility. 

Visit www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org for more information on this and other upcoming productions, to purchase tickets or to learn about volunteer opportunities.  Or call 850-
224-8474.

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