The Rogue Critic has published another review of Greater Tuna, and it’s wonderful!
Greater Tuna and its characters are first and foremost exceptionally funny. Caselli, Gribble, and Parker infuse the play’s two acts with comic moments both overt and sly, making mirth of everyday and exceptional occurrences alike. Were the characters merely cartoonish, the production couldn’t be nearly as humorous as it is with these varied, well-formed personas enjoying the comforts and patterns of small-town life.
If you’d like to read more, you can check out the whole review here!