The Oklahoma City Gridiron Show makes a habit to “singe but not burn” its targets – prominent national, state and local public figures.
Accompanying this story is a photo of the “Hillary [Clinton] email server” that will be on stage during this week’s performances of the annual parody of political life and culture.
Producer Bill Perry told The City Sentinel, “It was found hidden in an undisclosed location by the Gridiron investigative reporting team.”
Seriously, now: The annual roast of national, state and local politics has been making Oklahomans laugh since 1928. It’s good fun, and it raises money for college scholarships.
In a cast full of veteran reporters, radio journalist (and Hall of Fame investigator) Billie Rodely returns as the former First Lady, former Secretary of State and future wanna-be President.
Performances of this annual roast/parody of national, state and local politics will be Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 4, 5 and 6, at the University of Central Oklahoma’s Mitchell Hall, at 7:30 p.m.
For more information about the Gridiron, visit okcgridiron.org.
Tickets by phone are available through TicketStorm: 866-966-1777.