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In the Spotlight

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Standup Comedy Series: Hosted by Evan Hughes

November 24, 2023

Evan Hughes will be hosting our  Standup Comedy Series November 24th! He's featuring local comedians Brent Deo, Jane Bevan, Seth Barnett, Sean Phariss, and Thunderwof!

Get your tickets through our website for $7! ($10 at the door the night of the show)

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Drama Club

Drama Club is a collaboration between The Links, Pop House, visual artists Logan Miller and Austin Tanksley, the queer artist community group Studio 66, and Riverside Studio.

The next installment is coming in January 2024!!

October 27, 2023 - Drama Club 002: Underworld

August 11, 2023 - Drama Club: Interstellar Space Party

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Yard Sale

September 16, 2023

Thank you to everyone that supported our yard sale! There was a lot of sweat and dust around Friday September 15th! Volunteers showed up in force moving sale items out of every nook and cranny. Early Saturday morning...even more volunteers and donations!! Thank you to our great Tulsa friends: The Donut Hole & The Pie Hole Pizzeria! A very special thanks to Abandoned Atlas for all of their help in making this happen. From carrying off the HUGE load of recycling to cleaning the building...just too much to list! Thank you Emily and crew! We could NOT have done it without you!

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Summer 2023 Local Film Series

July 7, 2023

In keeping with the Drunkard Villain vibe, our Local Film Series featured a special screening of Hell's Scooters for a sold-out house! This violent comedy, written by locals Brandon Bell and E.B. Cooper, is set in modern day Tulsa. Starring: Brandon Bell, Ryan Combs, and Kyle Peterson.

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Tulsa Tough 2023

June 11, 2023

Riverside Studio opened its doors for the first time for Tulsa Tough this June! There was a special 'guest appearance' by Bruce Goff. It was a hot (but FUN) day on Crybaby HIll!

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Historical Monument Aug 6 2021IMG_1515_e

Monument Unveiling

To honor and memorialize this gem of Tulsa history, a group of Spotlight patrons joined with donors from the community, architecture buffs, and the family of Patti Adams Shriner to create this monument.

The Tulsa Spotlight Theater Historical Monument is a black granite slab sourced from Sri Lanka. The monument literally 'sets in stone' the significance and history of The Spotlight Theater. The monument is etched with text and historical photos telling the story of original owner Patti Adams Shriner and building architect Bruce Goff. It features Spotlight co-founder Richard Mansfield Dickinson, Tulsa Spotlighters, and a number of principal actors and performers who have graced the stage of Tulsa Spotlight Theater over the decades.

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