Mike Bullet and Sean Roberts

"Two actors, twenty characters, and a barrell of laughs!" by: Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, Ed Howard

Starring: Mike Bullett Sean Roberts

Directed by: Amie Bello

Come to the Baby Grand and set a spell with the good folks from Tuna, Texas. If you like Stuart McLean's Vinyl Cafe, Don Harron's Charlie Farquharson, and the good folks from HEE HAW, you will enjoy this irreverantly funny take on life in Tuna, Texas' third-smallest town.

Join Arles Struive, and Thurston Wheelis at radio station OKKK as they discuss current events, including the top essays from The Tuna Junior High American Heritage Essay Contest, entitled "Human Rights, Why Bother?", "Living With Radiation" and "The Other Side of Bigotry". Then, head on over to Bertha Bumiller's kitchen as Charlene, Stanely, and Jody talk about weight management, dogs, and text book censorship over breakfast. Down to the Humane Society, Petey Fisk is trying to save Yippy's life, but the already over-burdened Bumiller's household can't handle another canine. Phinas Blye and Leonard Childers hit the airwaves with "This Week in Tuna". Stanley adds his two cents to the show to suggest taxing the stupid, and over at the Burras' home, Pearl has a solution to the dog overpopulation problem, but gets into trouble with her bitter pill.

And folks, that just some of Act One.

Sean Roberts and Mike Bullet are the hardest-working actors in show business as they bring you all of the characters of Tuna Texas in two acts. Quick costume and character changes make this a fun and challenging show for actors--not to mention the stage dressers who have to get these two changed in seconds flat! Come and set a spell, grab a cool beverage and enjoy the wit and wisdom of Tuna, Texas!

Performing in the Baby Grand Theatre, within the Grand Theatre.


$25.00 adults plus HST and handling fee
$22.50 seniors plus HST and handling fee
$20.00 students plus HST and handling fee

Ghost of the Tree

The show moves the audience to tears and laughter.

Purchase Ghost of the Tree from

Bottle Tree Productions' Presentation of Ghost of the Tree
Written by Charles Robertson
Director: Anne Marie Mortensen
Starring Hannah Smith, Sasha French and Darrell Bryan
Original music by Darrell Bryan

Hannah Smith brings some of the hands down best acting I’ve seen this year (not just at Fringe). Smith blew me away, playing the six soon-to-be mothers, each as distinct and having different energies to them as could be. She brings each of them to life so completely and with such intensity that you need to remind yourself that they are all being played by the same actress and there isn’t a moment where I didn’t believe she was every one of them. The audience was transfixed on Smith from beginning to end. Allan Mackey-On Stage: Ottawa's Theatre Arts Magazine

This beloved tale of secrets and the lies that secrets create, of unimaginable hope and unspoken passion, reminds us what it is to fall deeply, truly and completely in love.

Mackenzie Gruer in the original production of Ghost of the Tree

Wednesday, February 24th at 7:30 pm.

For more information Contact The Grand Theatre Box Office at 613-530-2050 or email


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