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Monday, October 19, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Treadway, Weaver return to Tuna, Texas

Patrick Treadway and Michael Weaver are no strangers to Tuna, Texas. In fact, earlier this year year the duo starred in “Tuna Does Vegas” at Interplayers Professional Theatre.

Spotlight: ‘Greater Tuna’ reunites Weaver, Treadway

Michael Weaver and Patrick Treadway are headed back to Tuna, Texas. Interplayers Professional Resident Theater is opening “Greater Tuna” on Thursday to replace “Ruthless! The Musical,” which was canceled after cast member David Gigler died during a rehearsal last month. “Tuna” will run through July 21.

Spotlight: Symphony extends Preu, Nakahara’s contracts

It looks like Eckart Preu and Morihiko Nakahara are sticking around. The Spokane Symphony on Wednesday announced it had reached contract agreements with Preu, the music director, and Nakahara, the resident conductor. Preu’s contract will keep him with the symphony through the 2015-’16 season; Nakahara’s contract extension is good through 2013-’14.

Theater jackpot: Return of Weaver, new ‘Tuna’ comedy

Spokane theatergoers have been waiting years for Thurston Wheelis, Bertha Bumiller and the other beloved redneck denizens of Tuna, “the third-smallest town in Texas,” to return to local stages. They’ll get their wish on Thursday, when Interplayers Professional Theatre opens the fourth comedy in the Tuna repertoire, “Tuna Does Vegas.” Tickets are already moving briskly, almost a certainty whenever the word “Tuna” is in the title of a show in Spokane.