YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Can't get enough of Monty Python? The Yorktown Stage is performing a live production "Spamalot" Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.
The Tony Award-winning comedy features a cast and live orchestra drawn from local towns around Westchester and Putnam. You can see a preview slide show of it here .
Barry Liebman, the president of Yorktown Stage, gives multiple tongue-in-cheek reasons for attending the live production even if you've seen the movie 50 times:
“The Spamalot play differs from the movie in many significant ways. For one, the movie came in a small metal can and the play does not. The movie also depicts medieval torture. We will not have any live torture at Yorktown Stage unless someone’s cell phone goes off during the performance,” Liebman said.
The PMT/Yorktown Stage Production is directed by August Abatecola with musical direction by Kurt Kelley. The performances will feature a live orchestra. Spamalot cast members include Chelsey Alfredo (Golden’s Bridge) as Lady of the Lake, Daniel Basiletti (Yonkers) as a Knight, Erin Bradford (Mohegan Lake) as a Laker Girl, Lauren Citarella (Mahopac) as a Laker Girl, Brian Conklin (Tappan) as Bedevere, Brian Edwards (Montrose) as Lancelot, Bret Fox (Yorktown) as Robin, John Anthony Lopez (Yonkers) as King Arthur, Lauren Moore (Mt. Kisco) as a Laker Girl, Arianna Morales (Yorktown) as a Laker Girl,, Bennett Pologe (Riverdale) as Galahad, Grace Ring (Yorktown) as a Laker Girl, Peter Turo (Astoria) as Patsy, and Trevor Sideris (Poughquag) as the Historian.
Tickets range from $19 to $26. The Yorktown Live Musical Theatre is located at 1974 Commerce St. in Yorktown Heights. You can find more information here .
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