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 shenanigans including a line of beautiful dancing girls, flatulent Frenchmen, and killer rabbits. Outside, there is a plague with a 50% chance of pestilence and famine.


  • 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

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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