GREATER TUNA MAGNETIC PAPER DOLLS- The phenomenon that became TUNA started at a party as an improv of a small-town radio interview skit. Joe Sears as the radio host interviewed a VERY low level government official played by Jaston Williams and from that seed the many beloved denizens of Tuna, Texas were born. We first met them in GREATER TUNA, followed by A TUNA CHRISTMAS, then RED, WHITE AND TUNA, and TUNA DOES VEGAS. These productions, written by Joe an Jaston, co-authored and directed by Ed Howard, have toured widely from California to Washingron DC, from Texas to Scotland, playing Broadway and off, picking up accolades all the way.
All their clothes were designed by Linda Fisher. Package is 12" x 9" and includes four figures (Thurston Wheelis, Vera Carp, Arles Struvie and Aunt Pearl Burras) with costume pieces for 4 characters, one femaie and one male each.
Special discount for purchases of two or more (see tiered pricing).