The Highwood Theatre wishes to extend a very special thanks to the following people who have contributed extra time and energy to this production.
Karla Letsche, James Kearney, L’Tanya Mari’ Lumpkin-Rivas, Sarah Scott, David Waldman, Toly Yarup, Erika Sparks, Edward Meiman, Colleen Meiman, Marcy Ference, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School, Montgomery College
A special shout out to our neighbor, Roadhouse Oldies, for their support!
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SPAMALOT | Due to popular demand, a fifth and final performance has been added- Sunday, August 2nd at 7:00 PM! Only a few tickets are left, so buy tickets now to guarantee your seat.
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King Arthur: Samuel Intrater
Sir Robin/Guard #1/Brother Maynard: Esther Kimelman-Block
Sir Lancelot/The French Taunter/Knight of Ni/Tim The Enchanter: Edwin A. Johnson IV
Patsy/Mayor/Guard #2: Yael Kissel
Sir Galahad/Dennis/Prince Herbert’s Father/The Black Knight: Gabriel Kammann
Sir Bedevere/Dennis Galahad’s Mother/Concorde: Ilana Kissel
The Lady of the Lake: Leora Cherry
Historian/Not Dead Fred/French Guard/Minstrel/Prince Herbert: Rachel Sparks
Ensemble: Ian Johnson & Dylan Kaufman
Directed and Choreographed by: Kevin Kearney
Additional Choreography: Leora Cherry
Stage Manager: Orion Stekoll
Costume Design: Tip Letsche and Erika Sparks
Sound Design: Toly Yarup
Prop Design: Ieuan Richards
Set Design: Lylah Kusnet, Phoenix Ganz-Ratzat, Ieuan Richards, Sachi Sakaniwa
Projection Design: Elena Meiman
Sound Board Operator: Phoenix Ganz-Ratzat
Light Board Operator: Simon Ellerbe
Student Tech Crew: Lylah Kusnet, Phoenix Ganz-Ratzat, Ieuan Richards, Sachi Sakaniwa, Sirelani Thomas-Kaonohi
Keyboard: Kevin Kearney
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Esther Kimelman-Block (Sir Robin/Guard #1/Brother Maynard) is an eleventh grader at Sandy Spring Friends School. This is her first production at The Highwood Theatre. In the past, she has participated in many school plays as part of the cast as well as the stage crew. She has also appeared in numerous talent shows performing the song “I Love to Laugh” from the musical Mary Poppins. In her spare time, she likes to weave and bake. While this is Esther’s first Highwood production, one of her sisters was in our recent production of Company. “Help send Highwood into new worlds.”
Leora Cherry (The Lady of The Lake) is an eleventh grader at School For Tomorrow. This is her ninth production at The Highwood Theatre, having recently appeared as Edwin Drood in Highwood’s fall production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Her hobbies include singing and acting, and in her spare time she has written a twenty-eight page screenplay. “The holy grail is cool.”
Yael Kissel (Patsy/Mayor/Guard #2) is an eighth grader at Brooke Lee Middle School. This is her first production at The Highwood Theatre. She was in the ensemble of her school’s production of The Little Mermaid. She also played Eliza Doolittle in her summer camp’s production of My Fair Lady. She enjoys playing video games and creating art. “Have an amazing time!”
Ilana Kissel (Sir Bevedere/Dennis Galahad’s Mother/Concorde) is a fourth grader at the Jewish Primary Day School. This is her first production at The Highwood Theatre. In the past, she has appeared in a production of My Fair Lady. Her hobbies include creating art and playing video games. She is Jewish. "Enjoy the show!"
Samuel Intrater (King Arthur) is a tenth grader at Albert Einstein High School. This is her first production at The Highwood Theatre. He played Eddie Grantwood in “The Future Is In Your Tiny Hands” and participated in the ensemble of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, both produced by his high school. He has also taken a first-level theatre class at school. In his spare time, he likes to surf the internet and act. He was born on New Years’ Day 2000. “Hi.”
Edwin Johnson (Sir Lancelot/The French Taunter/Knight of Ni/Tim The Enchanter) is a tenth grader at Albert Einstein High School. This is her first production at The Highwood Theatre. He has performed in Oliver Twist as Bill Sikes as well participating in his school’s production of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. He was part of Martin Luther King High School’s afterschool Rock Band program. In his spare time, he likes to play his guitar and act. He aspires to one day become a triple threat as an actor, artist, and musician. “Get ready to laugh!”
Rachel Sparks (Historian/Not Dead Fred/French Guard/Minstrel/Prince Herbert) is a home-schooled seventh grader. This is her eighth production at The Highwood Theatre, with four productions taking place in the past year alone! She recently appeared as Amy in Company, Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, and Lucy in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. She likes to act and sing and has been acting for half of her life. “Ni!”
Gabriel Kammann (Sir Galahad/Dennis/Prince Herbert’s Father/The Black Knight) is a ninth grader at Northwood High School. This is his tenth production at The Highwood Theatre, having worked with Highwood extensively for four years. He most recently played Steve in August: Osage County, John Jasper in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and Emmett in last year’s summer musical Legally Blonde. In his spare time he enjoys acting and dancing. “Don’t be a salad…be the best damn broccoli you can be.”
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The Highwood Theatre is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, The Cafritz Foundation, the S. Kann Sons Company Foundation, the William and Karen Tell Foundation, the Robert N. Alfandre Foundation, Wenger Corporation, and West Wing Writers.
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