Musical Theatre West Brings Spamalot to Long Beach
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The last date listed for Spamalot was Sunday July 15, 2012 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB:
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Garrison Keillor put it best when he said: "I want to hear them singing the rest of my life." He was referring to Robin and Linda Williams, the husband-and-wife folk duo from Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. It's hard to know what's more evocative -- their charged lyrics or their brilliant harmonies, polished to perfection after decades of performance. Regardless of the precise nature of their magic, the couple has enchanted audiences everywhere they go, including appearances on A Prairie Home Companion, performances at The Grand Ole Opry and tours with the likes of Mary Chapin Carpenter and Emmylou Harris. Now they come to the Carpenter Performing Arts Center for a distinctive concert of their very best folk, bluegrass and country music. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar Member
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We bought these tickets for my in-laws. They said they were blown away by the professionalism and that it was the best musical they have ever seen. They are not an easy sell! The tickets they received from goldstar were in the center, they said perfect seats! If you want to eat before the show eat on Naples. Good restaurants not far away.
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Cast was outstanding, singers were spot on, few technical glitches with microphones but this was the preview night so that's expected. We were in stitches through the whole performance and the cast received a standing ovation when it was over.
You’ve never laughed so hard as you will during Monty Python’s take on the legend of King Arthur and his knights of the round table. Musical Theatre West is proud to present the regional theater premiere of this absolutely outrageous, hilarious, Tony Award-winning comedy. With a bevy of beautiful show girls, cows, killer rabbits and French people — not the mention the sets and costumes directly from the Broadway production — we know that you’ll love Spamalot as much as we do.
Directed by Steven Glaudini
Musical Direction by John Glaudini
Choreography by Billy Sprague Jr.