The Springer Opera House has presented "A Tuna Christmas" for eight years. I know I've seen it at least five times now.
Well, tonight made it five times.
The Ledger-Enquirer's Christmas party was at the Springer, with the final dress rehearsal of "A Tuna Christmas" as part of the party.
As always, it was great. And it always offers a lot of laughs, which we need right now.
I still don't know how Paul Pierce and Ron Anderson remember all the lines and match them with their costumes. There are so many quick changes.
I guess it's because they're professionals!
It was a small group of us. I don't know why my colleagues didn't take advantage of the opportunity to see two great actors work.
Thankfully, when the show opens this weekend, the house will be full. I've been to see the show when the room is full and there's a big difference between a small audience laughing and a big audience laughing.
I was laughing!