Contest Time!

The Quest for the Holy Poster

Win 2 tickets to see Spamalot!

How to EnterTheatre Pops, Tulsa theatre, Oklahoma theatre, Tulsa musical, Oklahoma musical, Spamalot, Monty Python, Holy Grail, Sterling McHan, Jana Ellis, Kathy Grufik, Michelle Wamego, Sarah Block, Keith Sowinski, Catherine Ratliff, Randy Whalen, Dave Garcia, Heather Sams, Meghan Hurley, Samantha Dent, Angela McLaughlin, Charles Kevin Smith, August 2015, Tulsa August calendar, broadway musical

  1. Find a poster like the one pictured.
    They’re everywhere! Downtown Tulsa, Broken Arrow, South Tulsa— if you’re out and about look around and see what you can find!
  2. Take a picture of you and the poster! You’re buddies now.
  3. Post the picture and where you found the poster to our Twitter (@TheatrePops) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/TheatrePops) pages using the hashtags listed.

Hashtags*:

#SpamUsALot

#SpamalotTulsa

#TheatrePops

* Must use all three in order to enter

The Not-So-Small Print

  • One entry per person per location
  • Cannot double entries by utilizing both social media platforms.
  • Winner will be notified via social media of entry by end of business August 3rd.
  • Date of show subject to availability.
  • Tickets wi...
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Meet the Tinks – Jennie Lynn

Tinkerbell, Tink, Tinkerbell is Dead, Theatre Pops, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, IDL Ballroom, Monologue Night, Monologues, Tulsa Monologues, Blue Dome District, Tulsa Fringe Festival, Fringe Festival, Fringe Tulsa, Tulsa Fringe, What the Fringe, Tom Green, Angie DeVore-Green, Randall Whalen, Randy Whalen, Dave Garcia, Charles Kevin Smith, Phredi Tate, Justin McKean, Lisa Cole, Liz Masters, Andy Axewell, Jennie Lynn, Paula Scheider, Heather Sams, Angela McLaughlin, Meghan Hurley, Sterling McHanTomorrow night brings back a Theatre Pops tradition, “Tinkerbell is Dead.” This year’s show is part of Tulsa Fringe and will be held at IDL Ballroom (230 E 1st St). Here’s your chance to meet the rest of the cast BEFORE tomorrow night’s show!

Jennie Lynn

1. How long having you been involved in theatre?

I’ve been in theater since 2012 (is that right Paula Scheider???) when I started with Theatre Pops. I’ve also been spotted in the occasional murder mystery, and every day raising 3 girls is a dramatic experience.

2. How long have you been involved in Tink?

This is my third year in Tink, and I’m honored to be here with some of Tulsa’s most talented!

3. What’s your favorite Tink moment?

My favorite Tink moment (oh God, I hope I can say this) was during my first Tink...

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Meet the Tinks – Paula Scheider

Tinkerbell, Tink, Tinkerbell is Dead, Theatre Pops, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, IDL Ballroom, Monologue Night, Monologues, Tulsa Monologues, Blue Dome District, Tulsa Fringe Festival, Fringe Festival, Fringe Tulsa, Tulsa Fringe, What the Fringe, Tom Green, Angie DeVore-Green, Randall Whalen, Randy Whalen, Dave Garcia, Charles Kevin Smith, Phredi Tate, Justin McKean, Lisa Cole, Liz Masters, Andy Axewell, Jennie Lynn, Paula Scheider, Heather Sams, Angela McLaughlin, Meghan Hurley, Sterling McHan
Tomorrow night brings back a Theatre Pops tradition, “Tinkerbell is Dead.” This year’s show is part of Tulsa Fringe and will be held at IDL Ballroom (230 E 1st St). Here’s your chance to meet the rest of the cast BEFORE tomorrow night’s show!

Paula Scheider

1. How long having you been involved in theatre?

35 years. I was a child actor. A fetus child actor.

2. How long have you been involved in Tink?

6 years

3. What’s your favorite Tink moment?

It was the first time I ever dropped the f-bomb on stage (on purpose, that is)

4. Why should someone come see Tink?

Because it’s everything America loves…variety, entertainment, short monologues for that whole ADHD thing we got going on, alcohol, extremely lax dress code, humor, pathos and wit. It would be un-American to miss our show.

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Meet the Tinks – Angela Mclaughlin

Tinkerbell, Tink, Tinkerbell is Dead, Theatre Pops, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, IDL Ballroom, Monologue Night, Monologues, Tulsa Monologues, Blue Dome District, Tulsa Fringe Festival, Fringe Festival, Fringe Tulsa, Tulsa Fringe, What the Fringe, Tom Green, Angie DeVore-Green, Randall Whalen, Randy Whalen, Dave Garcia, Charles Kevin Smith, Phredi Tate, Justin McKean, Lisa Cole, Liz Masters, Andy Axewell, Jennie Lynn, Paula Scheider, Heather Sams, Angela McLaughlin, Meghan Hurley, Sterling McHan
Tomorrow night brings back a Theatre Pops tradition, “Tinkerbell is Dead.” This year’s show is part of Tulsa Fringe and will be held at IDL Ballroom (230 E 1st St). Here’s your chance to meet the rest of the cast BEFORE tomorrow night’s show!

Angela Mclaughlin

1. How long having you been involved in theatre?

I’ve been in theatre since I recited the entirety of Toy Story to my family at Christmas. Amber Harrington finally appreciated my genius at Edison High School.

2. How long have you been involved in Tink?

This is my second year of getting free pizza.

3. What’s your favorite Tink moment?

My favorite Tink moment is that time Dave Garcia dropped out last year and I had to perform after Liz Masters. Oh, wait. I hated that.

4. Why should someone come see Tink?

You should come see Tin...

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Meet the Tinks – Charles Kevin Smith

Tinkerbell, Tink, Tinkerbell is Dead, Theatre Pops, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, IDL Ballroom, Monologue Night, Monologues, Tulsa Monologues, Blue Dome District, Tulsa Fringe Festival, Fringe Festival, Fringe Tulsa, Tulsa Fringe, What the Fringe, Tom Green, Angie DeVore-Green, Randall Whalen, Randy Whalen, Dave Garcia, Charles Kevin Smith, Phredi Tate, Justin McKean, Lisa Cole, Liz Masters, Andy Axewell, Jennie Lynn, Paula Scheider, Heather Sams, Angela McLaughlin, Meghan Hurley, Sterling McHan
Tomorrow night brings back a Theatre Pops tradition, “Tinkerbell is Dead.” This year’s show is part of Tulsa Fringe and will be held at IDL Ballroom (230 E 1st St). Here’s your chance to meet the rest of the cast BEFORE tomorrow night’s show!

Charles Kevin Smith

1. How long having you been involved in theatre?

I have been involved in theatre for 37 years. (Maybe longer…)

2. How long have you been involved in Tink?

I have performed in Tinkerbell is Dead every year but one. (2006)

3. What’s your favorite Tink moment?

When Randy realized I wasn’t in the 2006 show.

4. Why should someone come see Tink?

Well, besides the obvious, a production like this is an asset to the theatre community, not only as a showcase for local (and guest) artists, but as a sampler of the dramatic literature, new...

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Meet the Tinks – Heather Sams

Tinkerbell, Tink, Tinkerbell is Dead, Theatre Pops, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, IDL Ballroom, Monologue Night, Monologues, Tulsa Monologues, Blue Dome District, Tulsa Fringe Festival, Fringe Festival, Fringe Tulsa, Tulsa Fringe, What the Fringe, Tom Green, Angie DeVore-Green, Randall Whalen, Randy Whalen, Dave Garcia, Charles Kevin Smith, Phredi Tate, Justin McKean, Lisa Cole, Liz Masters, Andy Axewell, Jennie Lynn, Paula Scheider, Heather Sams, Angela McLaughlin, Meghan Hurley, Sterling McHan
Tomorrow night brings back a Theatre Pops tradition, “Tinkerbell is Dead.” This year’s show is part of Tulsa Fringe and will be held at IDL Ballroom (230 E 1st St). Here’s your chance to meet the rest of the cast BEFORE tomorrow night’s show!

Heather Sams

1. How long having you been involved in theatre?

25+ years, ever since I got hit in the eye with a wild potato (long story) and had to transfer from PE to Drama. The rest is history.

2. How long have you been involved in Tink?

Six years? Maybe seven?

3. What’s your favorite Tink moment?

Either my first or second Tink, David Virilli performed “The Actor’s Nightmare” for one of his monologues. He nailed it during rehearsal, but forgot his lines during the actual performance...

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Meet the Tinks – Justin McKean

Tinkerbell, Tink, Tinkerbell is Dead, Theatre Pops, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, IDL Ballroom, Monologue Night, Monologues, Tulsa Monologues, Blue Dome District, Tulsa Fringe Festival, Fringe Festival, Fringe Tulsa, Tulsa Fringe, What the Fringe, Tom Green, Angie DeVore-Green, Randall Whalen, Randy Whalen, Dave Garcia, Charles Kevin Smith, Phredi Tate, Justin McKean, Lisa Cole, Liz Masters, Andy Axewell, Jennie Lynn, Paula Scheider, Heather Sams, Angela McLaughlin, Meghan Hurley, Sterling McHan

Justin McKean

1. How long have you been involved in theatre?
30 years
2. How long have you been involved in Tink?
2 months
3. What’s your favorite Tink moment?
This is my first opportunity to be involved as a performer, but I have seen Tinks a’plenty and it’s always great to see such wonderful actors bring the feels.
4. Why should someone come and see Tink?
It’s fun. You’ll have a good time. You’ll see some of Tulsa’s talent in one of the coolest venues the city has to offer. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll drink tasty cocktails. You’ll have a great Saturday night.

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Meet the Tinks – Freddie Tate

Tinkerbell, Tink, Tinkerbell is Dead, Theatre Pops, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, IDL Ballroom, Monologue Night, Monologues, Tulsa Monologues, Blue Dome District, Tulsa Fringe Festival, Fringe Festival, Fringe Tulsa, Tulsa Fringe, What the Fringe, Tom Green, Angie DeVore-Green, Randall Whalen, Randy Whalen, Dave Garcia, Charles Kevin Smith, Phredi Tate, Justin McKean, Lisa Cole, Liz Masters, Andy Axewell, Jennie Lynn, Paula Scheider, Heather Sams, Angela McLaughlin, Meghan Hurley, Sterling McHan

Freddie Tate

1. How long have you been involved in theatre?
9+ years
2. How long have you been involved in Tink?
This is my first year.
3. What’s your favorite Tink moment?
Um……..first year, remember?
4. Why should someone come and see Tink?
Emotions – Laugh, think, cry, be part of it. One actor with nothing but space & air drawing you into the story. It can be brilliant. smile emoticon

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Meet the Tinks – Dave Garcia

Tinkerbell, Tink, Tinkerbell is Dead, Theatre Pops, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, IDL Ballroom, Monologue Night, Monologues, Tulsa Monologues, Blue Dome District, Tulsa Fringe Festival, Fringe Festival, Fringe Tulsa, Tulsa Fringe, What the Fringe, Tom Green, Angie DeVore-Green, Randall Whalen, Randy Whalen, Dave Garcia, Charles Kevin Smith, Phredi Tate, Justin McKean, Lisa Cole, Liz Masters, Andy Axewell, Jennie Lynn, Paula Scheider, Heather Sams, Angela McLaughlin, Meghan Hurley, Sterling McHan

Dave Garcia

1. How long having you been involved in theatre?
6+ years
2. How long have you been involved in Tink?
This is my 5th Tink
3. What’s your favorite Tink moment?
Randy Whalen congratulating me after one of my monologues (which he picked for me, natch). It was early in my acting career and made me feel like maybe I had some business doing this acting thing.
4. Why should someone come see Tink?
“Stand Up Theatre” (even though the actor may be sitting). This is the actor’s craft in its purest form. An actor, a script, and a chair in the spotlight. No sound effects, no fellow actors to play off of, no set, no score, no costumes, no fancy props...

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Meet the Tinks – Liz Masters

Tinkerbell, Tink, Tinkerbell is Dead, Theatre Pops, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, IDL Ballroom, Monologue Night, Monologues, Tulsa Monologues, Blue Dome District, Tulsa Fringe Festival, Fringe Festival, Fringe Tulsa, Tulsa Fringe, What the Fringe, Tom Green, Angie DeVore-Green, Randall Whalen, Randy Whalen, Dave Garcia, Charles Kevin Smith, Phredi Tate, Justin McKean, Lisa Cole, Liz Masters, Andy Axewell, Jennie Lynn, Paula Scheider, Heather Sams, Angela McLaughlin, Meghan Hurley, Sterling McHan

Saturday night brings back a Theatre Pops tradition, “Tinkerbell is Dead.” This year’s show is part of Tulsa Fringe and will be held at IDL Ballroom (230 E 1st St). Over the next few days, we’ll introduce you to the players involved in making this show some serious fun!

Liz Masters

1. How long having you been involved in theatre?

If we discount elementary school plays (and really, shouldn’t we? No offense, Miss Herrington, your cardboard cut-out sets ROCKED), my entry into theatre happened in college, 1982, when the drama department approached the music department seeking people willing to be in the ensemble of the big spring musical. I ended up dancing in the opening number of Anything Goes with none other than Charles Kevin Smith. It’s all been downhill from there, really.

My first ...

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