Creator Jaston Williams has been serving up Tuna since the early 1980s — but the beloved theatrical staple maintains its freshness even 35 years in. In Greater Tuna, audiences are introduced to the timeless tale of a small West Texas town (the third smallest in the state, in fact) and its hilarious inhabitants, people who embody that particular old-fashioned, ribald, in-your-face personality you expect to find in small town Texas. This light-hearted satire presents the good-natured, slightly befuddled and fully eccentric citizens of Tuna, portrayed by three multi-tasking actors. See it at the Eisemann Center (2351 Performance Drive) during a two-day engagement with performances at 8 p.m. Friday, April 21, and 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday, April 22. Tickets are $29 to $58 at eisemanncenter.com.