We heard from a Wallingfoord resident and Lincoln High parent about an upcoming production of Spamalot — Thanks for the tip, Lynn!
Opening March 24th, Spamalot! raises money for the arts within Seattle Public Schools. Local community theater company, Woodland Park Players, is staging the musical at Shoreline Community College later this month. Since its inception, Woodland Park Players has granted $37,000 to our public schools. Proceeds from these performances will benefit this worthy grant program.
“We’re inviting the Wallyhood community to support our schools by getting tickets and bringing friends, neighbors and family along for this Monty Python satire that spares no one. The show has Wallingford and Lincoln High School connections aplenty. Our producer, Linda Joss, is a parent of a recent Lincoln High School grad, and other Wallingford neighbors/community members are in the cast and behind the scenes”. Tickets range from $15-$30 (plus a small fee) and can be purchased here.
Running from March 24th through April 1st at Shoreline Community College, “Spamalot!” is a Monty Python satire that spares no one. Adapted from the 1975 film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” it opened on Broadway in 2005. Songs include: “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life,” “Finland/Fish Schlapping song” and “Run Away.” (And lots of “spam,” “spam,” “spam”!) Live orchestra, amazing costumes and lots of fun.
5 performances only and tickets are going fast!
Friday, March 24 @ 7:30pm
Saturday, March 25 @7:30pm
Sunday, March 26 @2pm
Friday, March 31 @7:30pm
Saturday, April 1 @7:30pm
All seating is reserved. Show runs approximately 2 hours, 15 minutes including 15-minute intermission. Refreshments available. Please grab your neighbors, friends and family and join in the raucous fun.