JJ Rodgers, John Cauthen & More to Lead Showstoppers' SPAMALOT, Opening 10/11

September 8
11:41 AM 2013

Showstoppers Productions announces the regional premiere of Monty Python's Spamalot at the historic Kimball Theatre, 428 West Duke of Gloucester Street on Friday, October 11. Spamalot runs through October 27.

The Tony Award-winning musical lovingly ripped off from the motion picture MONTY PYTHON and the HOLY GRAIL stars John Cauthen (King Arthur), David Sebren (Patsy) and JJ Rodgers (The Lady of the Lake). Cauthen was last seen in Richard III and A Midsummer Night's Dream with the Virginia Shakespeare Festival. JJ Rodgers was last seen on the Kimball Theatre stage as Cindy Lou in The Marvelous Wonderettes. Her previous credits include the world premieres of Ginger and Me and Scream Queens and the regional premiere of Leaving Iowa. Her TV credits include Nashville, Two and a Half Men, The Hank Azaria Show and Third Rock from the Sun.

Matt McCubbin (Sir Robin), Sean Hines (Sir Lancelot), Larry Shaw (Sir Galahad) and Jeremy Bustin (Sir Bedevere) support as the Knights of the Round Table.

In true Monty Python fashion, the knights and actors will take on multiple roles, the most of which are performed by Sam Miller (Historian). The talented ensemble also includes Zachary Bigelow, Michael Boyle, Dana Marguiles Cauthen, Sarah D'arcy, Ryan Davy, Ailsa Firstenberg, Trey Heath, Symone Holliday, Taylor Jenkins and Amy Miller.

Ann Efimetz directs Monty Python's Spamalot. The rest of the creative team includes Christie DeLaney (Choreographer), Rebecca Hartt (Musical Director), Todd Cooke (Technical Director), John Schoenberger (Light Designer), Melissa Blank (Stage Manager), Jan Bomar and Abigail Bomar (Costume Designers), Jeffrey Nicoloff and Susie Butler (Producers).



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