Greater Tuna, Texas, the setting of Manatee Players’ current production of “Greater Tuna,” is not your typical town. In the heart of the Bible belt, Tuna is a city of far-far right thinkers who would censor “Romeo and Juliet,” “Huckleberry Finn” and “Roots,” among others “to protect the minds of children.”
Thurston Wheelis (Dan Greene) is the star of the morning radio show on which citizens get the farm report — when the station is actually on the air. (Sometimes they forget to push the station’s “on” button.) Working with him is Arles Struvie (Alex Catalano).
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