‘Greater Tuna’ Creator Jaston Williams Weathers Storms and Wild Relatives in ‘Clear to Partly Crazy’

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COURTESY OF JASTON WILLIAMS
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If there’s anything we Texans can do, it’s weather a rough storm – be it a real-life door-banger or turmoil that skews a bit more internally. In that vein, Jaston Williams asks us to hunker down with him in a storm cellar and bear the bluster of crazed relatives as well as literal tornadoes, all relayed to the audience with the sharp wit that first nabbed him fame in the show Greater Tuna. Continuing a collaboration that began with A Wolverine Walks into a Bar, Williams returns to the Classic stage with the San Antonio premiere of his latest one-man show, Clear to Partly Crazy, in which he waxes poetic on time-honored Texan subjects of conversation in settings ranging from grandstands to mental institutions. 

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