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Cast in place, curtain ready to lift on 'Spamalot'

The production, which is being held at the Sault Community Theatre Centre, begins on February 28
Cast members of Spamalot, a Superior Heights Collegiate arts department production. Shows will be held Feb. 28 through March 2 at the Sault Community Theatre Centre (White Pines School Auditorium).

With show dates already set, the cast for Spamalot, a performance featuring students from Superior Heights, is now in place.

The performance, which is "a musical lovingly ripped off from Monty Python and the Holy Grail," begins on Feb. 28.

Following is a full release with cast details and show date information:

Announcing our incredible cast for Spamalot, a musical lovingly ripped off from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, coming this February to the Sault Community Theatre Centre. 

Ashton Sommers plays King Arthur, King of all Britain; he is King despite his own subjects not having voted for him. Patsy, his underappreciated squire, is played by Owen McIntyre. The Knights of the Round Table are played by Ethan Heimonen (Brave Sir Robin), David Seeler (the fabulous Sir Lancelot), Evan Preib (Sir Dennis the Anarcho-Syndicalist), and Nathaniel Dewar (Sir Bedevere the unsung hero). Completing the Camelot mythology is Guinevere, known as Lady of the Lake, played with great comic timing and show-stopping vocals by Elisabeth Guillermo.  

As the Knights embark on a quest to find the Holy Grail (the vessel used at the last supper, and, no, not a boat) they meet a bevy of strange medieval characters who help and hinder them in hilarious ways. This includes the perpetually alive Not Dead Fred (Jaden Scornaiencki), the recently widowed Sir Dennis’s Mom (Alorha-Lee Van Bruchem), the French taunters (Cameron Leask, Isabella MacKay, and Tova Felix Burns), Knights of Ni (led by Jade Rivers), a pair of minstrels (Rowan Christenson and Hailey Hayes), the unstoppable Black Knight (Zachariah Rivers), a prince in distress (Darius McRae), held captive by his close-minded father (Jeffery McAuley) and some very dense guards (David Coccimiglio and Sadie Coccimiglio, no relation), a vicious killer bunny (Maggie Lawson), and, of course, an enchanter who some might call ... Tim (Kairo Tan). 

Jonathan Marzana-Cardenas plays the Historian who tries to keep it all from falling apart. Mariella Coccimiglio, Madison Conway, Constanza Huertas, Logan Lannigan, Katrina MacGlashlan, Ren Moreland, Kiera Reid, and Stella Richardson round out the ensemble, the most important group of actors in the show, responsible for bringing to life the many, many side characters that make Spamalot such a dazzling and densely joke-filled production.  

These aspiring thespians have been diligently rehearsing, pouring their hearts into each scene, song, and dance number. The production promises to be a spectacle of comedic genius and musical merriment, showcasing the remarkable talents of our students.  

Ticket sales information: 

  • Show dates: Feb. 28-29, March 1-2 
  • Showtimes: 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) 
  • Length of show: 2 hours and 10 minutes, including an intermission 
  • Venue: Sault Community Theatre Centre (White Pines School Auditorium), 1007 Trunk Road, Sault Ste. Marie 

Ticket prices: 

  • General admission: $25 
  • Seniors: $20 
  • Students: $10 

How to purchase tickets:  

Tickets are now available for purchase! Buy a ticket at the main office at Superior Heights or by calling 705-945-7177.  

You can also visit our website and use School Cash Online (the ADSB secure site for all purchases; account required) to buy in advance.  

Head over to and grab your tickets before they vanish like the Holy Grail itself!  

Tickets are also available at the door each night of the performance.  

Seating is first-come, first-served so get there early (doors open at 6:30 PM) to secure your seat.  

Look on the bright side of life:  

Prepare yourselves for a night of uproarious laughter, catchy songs, zany dances, and set design like you’ve never seen it before.  

Don't miss this chance to witness the comedic prowess of our students as they bring the whimsical world of Spamalo to life. Spread the word, gather your friends and family, and make it a night to remember! 

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