“Spamania” takes over Rangeview

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The cast dances and sings to the musical number “You Won’t Succeed on Broadway” Sir Robin, played by Jesse Santana, leads this number.

By Michael Johnson, Reporter

Feature Photo: The cast dances and sings to the musical number “You Won’t Succeed on Broadway”
Sir Robin, played by Jesse Santana, leads this number. (Michael Johnson)

Student director, senior Esther Nguyen, has people declaring the play as, “spamtastic” with junior Nate Beutel as King Arthur and senior Anthony Windle as his trusty companion Patsy.

In the search for the  Holy Grail with knights of the round table; there are plenty of laughs and great songs with stelar choreography. Senior Amanda Mercure as Lady of the Lake, electrified the stage with comedic yet awe inspiring singing. Senior David Matthews as the father, senior Cristian Hernandez as Prince Herbert and, senior Zach Powell as Sir Lancelot dominated their roles they had the crowd rolling in laughter.

The play was entertaining on the stage and off, with an interactive portion for the crowd and the cast, performing and continuing some scenes in the aisles.

An attendee to opening night, senior Kofi Assabil, said, “ I really liked the play, it was really funny. This is the first play I’ve been to and it was great. If they have more I’ll be attending.”

After the brief intermission people were rushing back to their seats to resume watching the play. The conversations during the intermission all revolved around the play and things they were delighted to see.

Another attendee, sophomore Justina Koukeokingthale said, “ I love the plays that Rangeview puts on and the actors never disappoint —  Nate, Ronald, Anthony, Cristian along with the rest of the cast did well. I’d recommend it.”

Those who have attended it already have had positive comments and showed their enthusiasm and  excitement. The play will be performed Friday 2/26 and on closing night Saturday 2/27 the show time is 7-9 cost is $8 for adults and senior citizens, $7 for students, and $6 for students with activity cards.