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"Local Landmark, National Treasure: An Epic Concert Celebrating 95 Years of Theatre Tulsa"

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Aired on Thursday, June 22nd.

Theatre Tulsa -- founded in 1922 -- is the longest-running local theatre west of the Mississippi River, and the seventh oldest in the United States. To mark its 95th anniversary, the company will present a special presentation this weekend at the Tulsa PAC. The show, featuring a cast of one hundred or more, is called "Local Landmark, National Treasure: An Epic Concert Celebrating 95 Years of Theatre Tulsa" -- and it will be staged June 23rd and 24th at 8pm, and then on the 25th at 2pm. (More info, including ticket sales, can be accessed at this link.) Our guests on this edition of ST are both connected with Theatre Tulsa: Sara Phoenix is its Executive Artistic Director, and Jarrod Kopp is its Managing Director.

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