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The production, co-written and directed by University of Alabama graduate Ed Howard, is one of several plays revolving around the eccentric characters in Texas’ third smallest city, including Greater Tuna, Red, White and Tuna and Tuna Does Vegas.

Among the characters of A Tuna Christmas is Bertha Bumiller, whose attempts to hold her family together as she copes with a rebellious son and unfaithful husband prompt audience members’ concern. Wearing a dark wig fixed in a bun, Georgia’s Jef Holbrook is convincing as a small-town housewife who refuses to dance because she’s Baptist.

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