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Actors, dancers and singers audition for Stony Point production of ‘Spamalot’

  • Wannabe-Knights of the Round Table gathered around the piano at the CCHS vocal music room Thursday for the first night of auditions for the Stony Point Players’ upcoming production of ‘Spamalot.” (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Actors waited for their turn to try out their English accents outside the CCHS vocal music room at the first night of auditions for the Stony Point Players’ upcoming production of “Spamalot.” (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Wannabe-Knights of the Round Table gathered around the piano at the CCHS vocal music room Thursday for the first night of auditions for the Stony Point Players’ upcoming production of ‘Spamalot.” (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Actors tried out a few dance steps Thursday at the CCHS vocal music room at the first night of auditions for the Stony Point Players’ upcoming production of “Spamalot.” (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Actors tried out a few dance steps Thursday at the CCHS vocal music room at the first night of auditions for the Stony Point Players’ upcoming production of “Spamalot.” (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Actors tried out a few dance steps Thursday at the CCHS vocal music room at the first night of auditions for the Stony Point Players’ upcoming production of “Spamalot.” (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Actors tried out a few dance steps Thursday at the CCHS vocal music room at the first night of auditions for the Stony Point Players’ upcoming production of “Spamalot.” (Press photo James Grob.)

By James Grob, jgrob@charlescitypress.com

About 20 people of all ages showed up Thursday evening at the Charles City High School vocal music room to try out their English accents, stretch out their singing voices and even tap out a few dance steps for the first night of auditions for the upcoming Stony Point Players’ production of “Monty Python’s Spamalot.”

More auditions will take place today (Friday), starting at 5:30 p.m. and again on Sunday at noon, all at the CCHS vocal music room.

Actors, singers and dancers are all needed for the production. The show has 20 speaking parts, most of which sing, plus a chorus that will include adults and teens. These are open auditions, and previous experience is not required.

Production dates for “Spamalot” will be June 27-30 at the North Grand Auditorium. The show will be directed by Janeice Bergland, with musical director Derek Sturtevant.

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