Homewood-Flossmoor High School students are presenting “Spamalot,” the comedic tale of a band of misfits off to find the Holy Grail, at 7 p.m. Nov. 10 and Nov. 12 in the Mall Auditorium, 999 Kedzie Ave.
“Spamalot” is the play version of the movie “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” that tells the wacky tale of King Arthur, portrayed by Alex Wright, and his Knights of the Round Table who receive a charge from God to find the Holy Grail. Along the way they travel through strange lands meeting a host of characters.
Ethan Runburg, John Geary, Jonathan Kriarakis and Jacob Rodriguez are the Knights of the Round Table working with student directors Mia Napue and Amber Jackson under the direction of teacher J.R. Rose.
Cast members are Charles Austin III, Grace Bingham, Zoe Branch, Barbara Burns, Sarah Esparza, Joey Cipriano, Sydney DuBose, Jack Johnson, Ava Jones, Will Knox.
Also, Laila Malak, Christian Mayo, Maddie Moxley, Noelle Oh, Olivia Ryan, Jaira Stanley, Maggie Sullivan, Kevin Thompson, Brianna Valentine, David Winicky, Alex Wright, Harry Wojcikowski and Joy Woods.
The Knights Who Say Ni (Harri Wojcikowski, Grace Bingham & Olivia Ryan) are some of the strange characters encountered in H-F High School’s production of “Spamalot.”