Sunday, January 20 / 6pm – 9pm
First Congregational Church / 7171 North Pennsylvania 46240
“God, the almighty and all-knowing, has misplaced a cup?” And so, the search for the
Holy Grail begins. “Monty Python’s Spamalot” is a musical comedy “lovingly
ripped off from” the 1975 film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail and spoofs
everything there is to love about musical theatre. The original 2005 Broadway
production won three Tony Awards, including ‘Best Musical’ and received 14 Tony
Award nominations. And so, the search for the equally exciting Indianapolis cast
begins. All positions paid!!!
SEEKING: Men, all shapes and colors, 18 to 50 who can sing, dance (especially tap) and do comedy in an English accent. We have a king, knights, and knaves. Please bring 16 bars of your favorite belt song from any Broadway show including this one. Be prepared to do a 1 to 2 minute comedic monologue with an English accent and to dance a bit of this and that. A pianist will be provided and the audition will be monitored by Mr. Bob Harbin, director; Mr. Zach Rosing, producer; Mr. Trevor Fanning, musical director and Mr. Kenny Shepard, choreographer. Be prepared to provide information regarding any and all conflicts you may have before the opening date of June 14.
Women, “Lady of the Lake” has been cast with Claire Wilcher. There is a singing, dancing ensemble (6) that will be expanded to include characters and scenes. If interested, please submit your information to Bob Harbin at email@example.com
Performance dates are June 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29
Athenaeum Theatre / 401 East Michigan Street / Indianapolis, 46204
Please send all questions and comments to Bob Harbin at firstname.lastname@example.org