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Haddonfield Plays & Players to Presents Monty Python's "Spamalot"

originally published: 12/18/2023

Haddonfield Plays & Players to Presents Monty Python

(HADDONFIELD, NJ) -- Haddonfield Plays & Players will present Monty Python's Spamalot weekends from Friday, January 19 to Saturday, February 3, 2024. Spamalot tells the legendary tale of King Arthur's quest to find the Holy Grail. Inspired by the classic comedy film, Monty Python and the Holy Grail. With a mashup of several Monty Python bits, this show will not only delight the Monty Python enthusiast, but any fan of musical comedies.

“This show is going to be a a hilarious romp through the world built by Monty Python. Come join our crazy knights of the round table in their woolly tights and laugh the night away,” said HPP’s Managing Artistic Director, Chris Miller.

The cast includes Paul McElwee (King Arthur), Martha Marie Wasser (Lady of The Lake), CJ Kish (Patsy), Thomas Smith (Galahad), Justin Walsh (Lancelot), Bobby Walker (Sir Robin), Brian Herrick (Herbert),  Ryan Ruggles (Bedeviere), Sara Flail (Historian). The cast is rounded out by Danielle Defassio, John Hager, Evan Newlin, Amanda Frederick, Emily Kimble, Danielle Houpt, Jessica Brotherton, Eileen Ashley, Amber Kusching, Chris Jewell, Antonino Baldasari

The production is directed by Craig Hutchings with choreography by Achilles Inverso, music direction by Kendra C. Hecker, under the Artistic Direction of Chris Miller.

Performances take place at Haddonfield Plays and Players (957 E Atlantic Ave) in Haddonfield, New Jersey. For tickets or more information, click here. HPP is South Jerseys only BYOB theater, so bring your favorite ale as you listen to the tale of King Arthur and the Holy Grail.

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