Spamalot, The Concert-ish Version!

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Apple Tree Productions is excited to announce our fall virtual play…

“Spamalot, The Concert-ish Version!”

Spamalot tells the legendary tale of King Arthur’s quest to find the Holy Grail. Inspired by the classic comedy film, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the musical also diverts a bit from more traditional versions of the legend. Instead, Spamalot features shenanigans including a line of dancers, flatulent Frenchmen, and killer rabbits.
This hilarious concert version is a manageable size show for any student who wants to participate, has fantastic songs, slapstick action, and is non-stop wacky fun!
Rehearsals will take place on Saturdays from 10am to 12pm beginning October 17th, with a final performance on December 19th.  Additional rehearsals will be provided as needed, to accommodate student schedules. Students will learn music in Zoom class format, and will record themselves singing with provided background tracks in their own home. The cost is $150, and the suggested age is 7 to 18 years old.  As always, scholarships are available.

October 17th – December 19th

REHEARSAL: Live instruction will be provided online on Saturdays from 10am-12pm beginning October 17th
 Our virtual rehearsals will be a mix of large group work as well as breaking out into smaller group work. Students will be given digital scripts and music accompaniment to work on assignments during the off days. Private instruction in groups of 2-3 students outside of rehearsal times will be provided as needed. Students will record their performance using the provided accompaniment and upload it to our technical director for final performance.
PREMIER: December 19th
Our performance will premier via digital streaming on December 19 at 7pm
AUDITIONS: Students will submit a video singing a song approximately 1 minute in length. Audition pieces will be accepted beginning October 17th after our first group meeting. The show will be cast the first week.
AGE: 7 to 18 (students graduating in 2021)
COST: $150 (scholarships available upon request)


Directed by Heidi Fredericks and Allie Milburn, music direction by Leland Brungardt, technical direction by Ryan Zimmerman