Tulsa performing arts - Street view of Tulsa Spotlight Theater
A Tulsa icon built in 1928
Home of America's
longest-running play
starting in 1953
Directed by Joe Sears,
Tony Award-nominee
& star of Greater Tuna
Tulsa entertainment - Artistic director Joe Sears
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very Saturday evening the Spotlight Theater opens it doors at 7 p.m. A singalong begins at 7:15. The show starts at 7:30 with the Olio: dancers, musicians, jugglers, magicians, or comedians. The main event is "an old-fashioned mellerdramer" called The Drunkard. During intermissions we serve made-to-order sandwiches, beer, coffee, soft drinks and (no kidding) tomatoes to toss at the villain.

At the Sickle & Sheaf, villain Harvey Green holds all the cards. Joe and Fanny Morgan lament Little Mary's injury. Ruined by hard liquor, Frank Slade threatens Sample Switchel. A Conversation With Roy Clark (special show).
The Spotlight Song
Composed and performed by Larry Stockard and John Hansen
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usiness hours are 1 - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. At other times please leave a message.

1381 Riverside Drive
Tulsa, OK 74127
918-587-5030

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ccessible parking, seating, and bathrooms are available at the Spotlight Theater. Please make your need known when making reservations.

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eservations are highly recommended because the show tends to fill up.
$10.00 for children under 13.
$13.00 for seniors (62+)
$15.00 for adults (13+)
Group discounts are available.
Mastercard/Visa/Discover/cash only.
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