You’ll  have to take the afternoon off, and you should, to see the splendid new production of Greater Tuna ….. So if you have never seen the play or never seen it done by professional actors who do it as well as Sears and Williams, you need to see One Thirty’s Larry Randolph and Dwight Sandell.  The Quick costume changes, done to perfection at the Bath House are a big part of the fun.
Elaine Liner, Dallas Observer
But I can firmly state, for now-and who knows if this will change with some future viewing-Larry Randolph and Dwight Sandell make the perfect successors to the Tuna tales, as proven in the current One Thirty Productions staging at the Bath House Cultural Center, directed by Gene Raye Price. …it’s performances like these that will preserve these characters for generations to come.
Mark Lowry, TheaterJones.com

Greater Tuna

By Jaston Williams, Joe Sears & Ed Howard

Director……………………………………..….Gene Raye Price

Cast:
Thurston Wheelis, Elmer Watkins, Bertha Brumiller, Yippy, Leonard Childers,  Pearl Burras, R.R.Snavely, Rev. Spikes, Sherrif Givens, & Hank Brumiller……………………
Larry Randolph*

Aries Struvie, Didi Snavely, Harold Dean  Lattimer, Petey Fisk,  Jody Brumiller, Stanley Brumiller, Charlene Brumiller, Chad Hartford, Phinas Blye & Vera Carp…………………………..
Dwight Sandell*                                  

Set Design …………………..…………….....Theresa Furphy
Costumes……………………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….…….Nikki Deshea Smith
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Ryan Mansfield

 

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The current play, Southern Comforts, is a stronger play than most in the genre , and especially well performed.  That consummate theater artist, B.J. Cleveland  directed Southern Comforts. Under his guidance, both performers are at their most relaxed and natural.
Lawson Taitte, Dallas Morning News
Kathleen Clark’s poignant and incisive romantic comedy,…..is currently treated to a first-rate staging by One Thirty Productions….The players, Gene Raye Price and John S. Davies, are audience favorites throughout the region. So is the director B.J. Cleveland. The team does not disappoint.
Perry Stewart, TheaterJones

Southern Comforts

By Kathleen Clark

Director……………………………………..….B.J. Cleveland

Cast:
Gus Klingman……………………….John S. Davies*
Amanda Cross….…………………..Gene Raye Price*

Set Design …………………..…………….....Marty Van Kleeck
Costumes……………………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck & Gene Raye Price
Light Design………………………….….……Nikki Deshea Smith
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Theresa Furphy

The Pleasure of Seeing Her Again

By Michael Tremblay

In partnership with WingSpan Theatre Company

Director……………………………………..….Susan Sargeant

Cast:
Nana………………….………………….Gene Raye Price*
Narrator………….…….……….…….Ben Bryant

Costumes……………………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Lowell Sergeant

Plaid Tidings Review Director Gene Raye Price has cast with an eye for vocal and comedic prowess…. and B.J. Cleveland's musical stagings milk the cornball antics just long enough before making you realize that, hey, these guys really can sing..
Perry Stewart, TheaterJones

Plaid Tidings

By Stuart Ross
Vocal and Musical Arrangements by James Raitt, Brad Ellis, Raymond Berg, David Snyder

Director………………………………………….Gene Raye Price
Choreographer………………………...……B.J. Cleveland

Cast:
Frankie…………………………….…..Stan Graner
Sparky………………………….….…..Brian Hathoway*
Smudge………………….………….…Jordon Willis
Jinx………….…….…………………….Dennis Yslas*
Narrator……………………………….David Meglinao

Musicians

Piano…………………………………..Royce Cooper
Bass…………………………………….Rick Norman

Set Design …………………..…………….....Dave Tenney
Costumes & Props………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….…….Brooks Powers
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Theresa Furphy 

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The 47” Ford

By Elsworth Schave
FIT Festival Entry

Director……………………………………..…...Larry Randolph

Cast:
Bud the Traveler………………..…Cameron McElyea
The Crow………………………….……David Meglino
The Woman/Hummingbird..…Mary Margaret Pyeatt
The Reading Man………….…….…Larry Randolph* 
Crow Puppeteer…………………..Stewart Mikkelson

Set Design …………………..…………….....Theresa  Furphy
Costumes & Props………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….…….Brooks Powers
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Theresa Furphy 

Set Design …………………..…………….....Dave Tenney
Costumes & Props………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….…….Brooks Powers
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Theresa Furphy   

 

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*member of Actor’s Equity Association