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Lucas Reidenbach, left, and Jim Reidenbach perform all the characters in "Greater Tuna," running the next two weeks at the Space in New Richmond. Submitted photo

Reidenbachs stage 'Greater Tuna'

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River Falls, 54022
River Falls Wisconsin 2815 Prairie Drive / P.O. Box 25 54022

Jim Reidenbach of Hudson and his son Lucas are performing all the roles in "Greater Tuna" March 20, 21, 27 and 28 at The Space, a centre for creativity, in New Richmond.

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Jim's wife, Beth, is directing the duo. The comedy is about the tiny town of Tuna, Texas, and all the crazy goings-on there.

Jim Reidenbach is a professional actor, model and spokesperson. He has television credits in "Unsolved Mysteries" and "The American Dream ­ Fact or Fiction." He has appeared in national and regional TV commercials and has done work on industrial videotapes. Theater credits include "Barefoot in the Park," "Play It Again, Sam" and "A Christmas Carol."

At The Phipps Center for the Arts he performed in "A Walk in the Woods," "Greater Tuna," "The Foreigner" and "Over the River and Through the Woods."

Lucas Reidenbach graduated from Hudson High School and Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, with a bachelor's degree in psychology. He has performed in "Bus Stop" and "Into the Woods" at HHS, "Beauty and the Beast," "Grease" and "Drop Dead" at The Phipps Center, "Rosencranz and Guildenstern are Dead" and "The Marriage of Bette and Boo" at Luther College.

He currently lives in Hudson and is employed at North East Contemporary Services, a day program for developmentally disabled adults.

Beth Reidenbach has been directing community theater for over 20 years. Her Phipps credits include "A Walk in the Woods," "Greater Tuna," "Love Letters," "Hocus Pocus," "The Unexpected Guest" "The Dastardly Dr. Devereaux" and "Grease."

Tickets are $15. For reservations, visit www.thespaceforcreativity.com or call (715) 246-3180.

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