Spamalot Hits the Stage at Culver-Stockton College

Wildcats Prepare for a Weekend of Laughter!

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This weekend the theatre department will be putting on the show Spamalot. Spamalot is a musical production written by the same writers for Monty Python and the Holy Grail.  This production is a high-energy comedy, that follows adventures of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, along with Lady of the Lake, her Laker Girls, and a killer rabbit.

When asking some of the cast their thoughts on the show, Quinn Hulsey, a Senior Biological Chemistry major, said, “The biggest challenge for this show, has been maintaining a balance between my interests in science and music.”

She continues later saying, “I think something the audience can look forward to seeing in this production is the hilarity each character brings to the table.”

Krista Barth, a Junior double major in English Education and Speech and Theatre Education, states, “It’s been cool to see conceptual ideas materialize on stage — and work like I thought they would!”

Lastly, David Lane, a Lecturer of Speech and Theatre Education, stated what his favorite part was through this whole process, “I always enjoy working with students and seeing them grow as artists throughout the process.”

I think something the audience can look forward to seeing in this production is the hilarity each character brings to the table.”

— Quinn Hulsey, Senior, Biological Chemistry major

Spamalot will have three showtimes this upcoming weekend, so book your tickets ahead, or catch a show in the Alexander Campbell Performing Arts Center this Friday or Saturday at 7:30 pm or Sunday at 3 pm. Production is free to Culver-Stockton students, $10 for adults, and $5 for kids and seniors!

This production is rated PG-13.