Telling the legendary tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table and the quest for the Holy Grail in song, Monty Python’s Spamalot features “a chorus line of legless knights, men in tights (with legs), killer rabbits and sexy dancing divas!

Monty Python’s Spamalot is a adapted from the 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Like the film, it is a highly irreverent parody of the Round Table , but it differs from the film in many ways.

One of the musical’s creators, Eric Idle, explained the title in a February 2004 press release:

“I like the title Spamalot a lot. We tested it with audiences on my recent US tour and they liked it as much as I did, which is gratifying. After all, they are the ones who will be paying Broadway prices to see the show. It comes from a line in the movie which goes: “we eat ham, and jam and a lot.”

The original 2005 Broadway production, directed by , won three , including the f the  and received 14 Tony Award nominations. During its initial run of over 1,500 performances it was seen by more than two million people and grossed over $175 million.


  • King Arthur: John Rayome
  • Lady of the Lake: Molly Rose McGrath
  • Sir Robin/Guard 1/Brother Maynard: Matthew Alan Dembling
  • Sir Bedevere/Dennis Galahad’s Mother/The French Taunter/Concorde: Michael Bellotti
  • Sir Lancelot/Tim The Enchanter/Knight of Ni: Brendan Brierley
  • Patsy/Mayor/Guard 2: Marc de la Concha
  • Sir Galahad/The Black Knight/Herbert’s Father: Shawn Olander-Hahn
  • Historian/Sir Bors/Sir Not Appearing in the Show/Minstrel: Chris Stefani
  • Prince Herbert/Not Dead Fred/French Guard/Minstrel: Ben McCauley
  • Ensemble: Joshua Rafael DeMarco, Leslie Marie, Jordan Alburger, Jake Lehning, Nicholas Edwards, Chris Stefani, Ben McCauley, Carolyn Frantz, Hannah Hernandez, Leah Thompson, Marina Rose Macherone, Andrea Burger

Production Team

  • Director: Adam Coons
  • Music Director: Adrienne Sherman
  • Choreographer: Trish Scott-Dembling
  • Producer: Jennifer Larsen
  • Assistant Director: Shawn Morgan
  • Stage Manager: Jill E. Ross
  • Assistant Stage Manager: Beth Swallow
  • Scenic Design: Adam M. Coons & Jennifer Larsen
  • Lighting Design: Robert Healey
  • Sound Design: Joel Lord
  • Costume Design: Debbie Lummis
  • Make-up Design: Marcia Lenehan
  • Make-up Technicians: Marcia Lenehan & Brianna Swallow
  • Hair Design: Elizabeth Sherwood-Mack & Heather Swallow

TANYS Awards

  • Excellence in Performance to the Cast
  • Excellence in Choreography to Trish Scott
  • Excellence in Direction and Overall Production Concept to Adam Coons and the Production Staff
  • Outstanding Acting to Marc de la Concha for his portrayal of Patsy
  • Outstanding Vocal Performance to Molly Rose McGrath for her portrayal of the Lady of the Lake



MAY 8-10 & 14-17, 2015