SPAMALOT Features New Voices of God at Media Theatre thru 11/3
Monty Python's insanely funny musical "SPAMALOT" based on their popular comedy classic flick "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" continues at The Media Theatre through November 3.
Each week, local celebrities and well known personalities have added a bit of fun to the production as the Voice of God. It's the scene in which a higher power leads King Arthur and his Knights on a search for the Grail. FOX-TV's Sue Serio, Media Real Estate's Jeffry Cadorette, and "Bro-Lesque" performer Gio Michaels have been previous guests as well as Delaware County Daily Times Editor Phil Heron.
The week of October 23 has a few more guest "Voices" coming up. On Wednesday and Thursdaynight, October 23 and 24, WMGK Classic Rock Radio's daytime music guru Debbi Calton returns for her third and fourth go-rounds with the part.
The Borough of Media's Mayor Bob McMahon, always happy to try new things, has what may be referred to as his stage debut in a Media Theatre production as the "Voice" on Friday night October 25 and Saturday afternoon October 26th.
Radio station 97.5 has representation Saturday evening October 27 with Jon Marks, and Delaware County Council's Dave White adds power Sunday afternoon October 27.
Monty Python's SPAMALOT is, according to the New York Times, 'an eager celebration of inanity' and won the Tony Award for Best Musical. This is the first Philadelphia regional professional production of the show.
For tickets, call 610-891-0100 or visit mediatheatre.org. All Broadway Series productions at The Media Theatre are produced by Media Music Theatre Company (Jesse Cline, Artistic Director).