The Production Team behind Kempenfelt Community Theatre’s production of Spamalot
Kempenfelt Community Players are excited to bring you the utterly silly Tony and Grammy award winning Spamalot, Eric Idle’s stage version of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Spamalot is a spoofy and silly treat for all Monty Python fans in this area. With a rousing musical score, you can expect some absurdity and to be laughing a lot! Our show runs February 8 – 17, 2013 at the Georgian Theatre in Barrie.
Spamalot tells the tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table as they embark on their quest for the Holy Grail. Ridiculous kings and leaders, coconut-clopping hoofbeats, flying cows, taunting Frenchmen and show-stopping musical numbers are just a few of the reasons you’ll love Spamalot.
KCP’s cast, crew and production team have been hard at work for months in lead up to this Friday’s opening night. KCP has a huge team of supporters and volunteers; this is just a snapshot of some of those folk who work tirelessly behind the scenes. We look forward to seeing you on Friday night at the opening of Spamalot!
Andrée is a retired Financial Institution Information Technology Senior Business Analyst. She was employed by Financial Institutions for 37 years. She was married to a wonderful man for 36 years, has 3 sons and 6 amazing grand-children. Andrée always had a love of all things theatre; it was a natural process for her to get involved with KCP when her grand-daughters were cast in KCP shows. She thanks KCP for the opportunities given to her and she is delighted to be a member of such a great organization.
With more than 40 years on stage, Ron’s passion for theatre has allowed him the opportunity to play leading roles in musicals, drama, and comedy. His long association with community theatre has taught him the art of acting, lighting, set design, directing, and nearly all other aspects of the theatre world. After many years of working in film, television and commercials, he is happy the last few years have brought him back to his first love, theatre, both as actor and director.
Edwina has directed numerous music productions over the years and was the creator of “Bravado!”
She maintains a vibrant and busy private voice studio and will be music director for Theatre By the Bay’s Stars Come Out Show and for their upcoming production of Crazy For You this summer.
Ann has been a KCP member for many years, and has worked on ten of their last shows, most recently Honk Jr. and Anne of Green Gables In the last year, Ann was head of wardrobe for Theatre By the Bay, assisting with The Merry Wives of Windsor; Man of LaMancha and designed costumes for their production of Jacob Two-Two and the Hooded Fang. Ann also serves as secretary for the KCP Board of Directors.
Kaleb is excited to be working with KCP on Spamalot. He has been working with the Village Players of Coldwater for 15 years and is currently a member of their Executive. He studied theatre production at Humber College and recently directed his first show.
Brenda has been with KCP for 12 years and sits as a KCP Board member. In addition to her work and experience with KCP, Brenda has also been a part of Theatre By The Bay for the last 4 years.
Marc became involved with KCP when his girls started getting parts in various productions over the past few years. Spamalot is Marc’s eighth set as lead builder and he always enjoys the challenge of bringing the director’s and set designer’s visions to realization.