Spam a Little, SpamALOT!

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SPAM, SPAM, SPAM, SPAM, SPAM, SPAM, SPAM, SPAM!

We know.  We love Monty Python, too.

Since our auditions back in October, SCT’s halls have been filled with belly laughs, John Cleese imitations, and not a little bit of flatulence.  We’re happy to say that we’ve enjoyed every second of it!  When choosing our season, we quite literally “look on the bright side of life” to determine the reasons why we should produce a show.  Does it fulfill our mission to inspire, educate and entertain?  Does it provide new performance opportunities to artists in our community?  Does it have an inspiring message?

While “what happens in Camelot stays in Camelot” may not be the most inspirational quote you’ll see in your news feed this year, we believe that the over-arcing goal of Monty Python’s Spamalot is to bring joy and laughter to it’s audience.  From the French Taunter (“your mother was a hamster!”) to the Artists Formerly Known as the Knights Who Say “Ni!,” we hope you enjoy this farcical journey through the Middle Ages with King Arthur, and his Knights of the Very, Very Round Table.

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One comment on “Spam a Little, SpamALOT!

  1. I can’t wait to see this one! I’m sure that everyone in it is going to be great. I’ve heard some wonderful things. On a special note: I just wrote Jason Platt who I met in theatre years ago.You can read more about him at: http://www.jasonplatt.org/ He said that he would have really loved to see Spamalot! I thought that I’d share that.Thank you for making people smile, break legs everyone. 🙂
    *HUGS*
    Angela

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