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Uniquelahoma has posted a new story you will want to check out. When we learned that the longest-running theatrical show in North America is in Tulsa, we just had to find out the who, when, when, where, and how.Tulsa’s Spotlight Theatre has been running “The Drunkard” for 69 years. In other words, if someone were born the year the show began its run, they would now be eligible for retirement. That’s a long time, but this show has no intention of retiring.Find out the history and the story behind this iconic Oklahoma production that has entertained countless audiences with laughter and an invitation for those audiences to get involved and become part of the show. The show is like nothing else you will experience and allows modern audiences to step back in time to a place in entertainment history that has been kept alive in a small theater housed in our unique state of Oklahoma. If you ever wanted to throw a tomato, boo, hiss, and cheer, then this may be just the place you want to check out. But first, check out Uniquelahoma’s story about how it all began. ... See MoreSee Less
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Everything in life and in this world moves. It is in some process of change. This is because change is the life blood of existence. And that blood flows continually in a a direction that is rarely the path of least resistance in order to push the most doors of growth open. As a result, it often seems we are not moving forward in life. But in actuality, our flow has just been slowed so we don’t miss seeing the many open doors that life has afforded us. – C.L. Harmon