This fourth character-juggling Tuna script written by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard, directed by Quintessa Gallinat, is the third one done at Williamston by the incomparable duo of Aral Gribble and Wayne David Parker. The two bring 19 wildly diverse citizens of Tuna (and Las Vegas) to life with in a nonstop kaleidoscope of character and costume changes and an energy that is hard to fathom. (The "dressers" got a well deserved bow at the end.) This is a well-oiled laugh machine with a warm heart and great chemistry between these two pros.
Don't miss this fun show, continuing through August 18. www.williamstontheatre.com
7/28 - ALSO -- one night only - Williamston favorites John Lepard and his wife, Emily Sutton Smith will do a fund-raiser staged reading of the touching script, Love Letters by A.R. Gurney, Sunday, July 28, 7pm, $15 per ticket, directed by Tony Caselli. This is the first time the couple will share the stage since 2004.517-655-SHOW (7469)www.williamstontheatre.com