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all i know is that they're touring....i'm going and they have the principle roles are all casted!

i'm going to see it at the National Theatre in DC i think the day after my school lets out!

i'm so excited...i'm seeing with like ....a group of kids and parents and my director!

i got to see it in new york in augest and omg it was soooooooo funny!

i got david hyde pierces autograph! we saw the entire original cast except for Hank Azario and The Lady of the Lake and Patsy were understudies

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Yes it's touring. 4 locations posted so far. You can get a link to buy tickets as well as keep an eye on where it's going to be by going here: http://www.broadwayacrossamerica.com/De ... how_ID=686

Now, I must mentally kill MdN for erasing my sn, banning my email (no idea why. I haven't been in here in a long time and have never done anything worth banning) and being a pain to register for in general.

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It's too bad they're not coming to San Francisco!


Or Los Angeles. Ah. Vegas is close enough. I'd actually rather have more shows end up in Vegas. It's better than tours and closer than NY.


I live in Vegas and SPAMalot is supposed to come to the Wynn. But if you come and see it be prepared for it to be 90 minutes long and chopped all to hell. Avenue Q have been cut with a few songs missing as well as Hairspray (Opening in a few days if not all ready; also chopped) and Phantom opening in May/June with almost an hour gone.


Mon Feb 13, 2006 8:20 am
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An update on the Vegas run of SPAMalot... It will come to the Wynn in the same theatre as Avenue Q, since Avenue Q will be closing at the end of May. The theatre will be renovated and SPAMalot will move in. I am unsure of the date but expect fall to winter of this year to early next year.


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SPAMalot will debut in Febuary of 2007. WYNN had a press conference last week. No news on the cast as of yet. It seems that Las Vegas is becoming the Broadway of the West(But it's not really Broadway.) I mean with Hairspray, Mamma Mia, Forever Plaid, upcoming Phantom, upcoming Producers, upcoming Jersey Boys. I mean? Come on.


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I just saw Spamalot in Boston with front row tickets.

It was amazing.
The cast is great, except Lady of the Lake's range isnt as high (or she was sick) so she had to sing a couple notes down. Other than that it was great. I kind of like it with a little bit of a younger Sir Robin.

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It's coming to Cincinnati next season. I am SO EXCITED. I haven't seen it yet, but I've listened to the CD and watched the movie many times. WOOTNESS!

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whose in the tour?

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ITS ALREADY ON TOUR!!! Wen me and my choir were in chicago on May 12 we saw SPAMalot but it was only the tour...and I am postiv eits coming to ST. Louis, Missouri sometime in October its on our theatre calender


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I've seen the tour! It was really good. Esther Stilwell made a great Lady of the Lake. (I'd also seen her as Grizabella in the 25th anniversary tour of Cats, so it was cool to watch her in a different role.)
Robert Petkoff was a good Robin, too, and I loved Christopher Sutton as Herbert/Historian/Not Dead Fred/Etc.

I really liked the show. You should see it if you get the chance.

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