West Chester’s Resident Theatre Company Debuts ‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’

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West Chester’s Resident Theatre Company has raised the curtain on its theatrical debut performance of “Monty Python's Spamalot” in the Knauer Performing Arts Center.

The curtain has finally risen on the Resident Theatre Company‘s quest to bring New York theatre to West Chester, and its inaugural production of Spamalot runs through April 16.

The RTC has been years in the making; and now it brings a professional theater experience to the stage with Monty Python’s Spamalot, according to a Philadelphia Inquirer review by Julia Klein.


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In Spamalot, the Resident Theatre Company “serves up Las Vegas-style chorus numbers, cheerleaders, a cancan, Bob Fosse and Jerome Robbins parodies, and plenty of severed limbs,” the article explained.

“RTC’s founding artistic director, Kristin McLaughlin Mitchell, directs a versatile ensemble with panache, getting the timing and accents right,” Klein wrote.

Read more of the review for RTC’s theatrical debut in the Philadelphia Inquirer here, buy tickets to one of the remaining performances of Spamalot here or check out previous VISTA Today coverage of the RTC’s journey here.


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