Voice students are drawn to the thrill of performing in the School of Music’s annual opera productions. Each year, a fully staged, double-cast opera is performed. With the support of the School of Music, the Department of Communication and Theatre also presents a fully staged musical theatre production
MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT
A NEW MUSICAL LOVINGLY RIPPED OFF FROM THE MOTION PICTURE MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL
BOOK AND LYRICS BY ERIC IDLE
MUSIC BY JOHN DU PREZ AND ERIC IDLE
DIRECTED BY ANDREW HAYES
STEVEN LINVILLE '06, MUSIC DIRECTOR
DEB GRAMMEL, CHOREOGRAPHER
OCT. 1-3 | 7:30 P.M.
OCT. 4 | 3 P.M.
Why do those knights say “Ni”? Can rabbits really kill? Can cows fly? See this and more when King Arthur and his entourage travel far and wide in search of the Holy Grail. SPAMALOT is Monty Python’s loving stage tribute to their classic 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. This show is much more than a bland Disney-like adaptation. The razor-wit and dry English humor of one of the word’s most famous comedy troupes is turned on the theatre and the conventions of the modern American musical. Come see a fresh take on your favorite moments from the film and a few comic surprises.
General admission: $6; tickets for students: $3
Tickets Available Online Soon
DEPAUW OPERA PRESENTS:
COMPOSED BY MARK ADAMO
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, March 2-4, 2016 - 7:30 PM
SUNDAY, March 5, 2016 - 2 PM
GREEN CENTER, MOORE THEATRE
JOACHIM SCHAMBERGER, Producer & STAGE DIRECTOR
ORCENITH SMITH, MUSICAL DIRECTOR
Louisa May Alcott’s Civil War coming-of-age book is brought to musical life by composer Mark Adamo in this DePauw Opera production of Little Women. Presented as a part of the Little Women: Art and Transformation festival and the Living Composers Festival.
General admission: $7; tickets for seniors, students and children: free