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
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
usiness hours are 1 - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. At other times please leave a message.

1381 Riverside Drive
Tulsa, OK 74127

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

eservations are highly recommended because the show tends to fill up.
$12.00 for children under 13.
$15.00 for seniors (62+)
$18.00 for adults (13+)
All tickets are 10% off for groups with 10 or more adults.
Mastercard/Visa/Discover/cash only.
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