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Broadway/America - March 12, 2005

Christian Borle (Historian/Not Dead Fred/French Guard/Minstrel/Prince Herbert), Michael McGrath (Mayor/Patsy/Guard 2), Tim Curry (King Arthur), David Hyde Pierce (Sir Robin/Guard 1/Brother Maynard/Sir Lancelot/French Taunter), Hank Azaria (Night of Ni/Tim the Enchanter/Sir Dennis Galahad/Black Knight), Christopher Sieber (Prince Herbert´s Father), Steve Rosen (Dennis´s Mother/Sir Bedevere/Concorde), Sara Ramirez (Lady of the Lake), Kevin Covert (Sir Not Appaering), John Cleese (God), Thomas Cannizzaro (French Guard), Greg Reuter (French Guard/Minstrel), Brad Bradley (Minstrel/Sir Bors), Emily Hsu (Minstrel)

Melbourne/Australie - November 26, 2007

Bille Brown, Lucinda Shaw, Ben Lewis, Stephen Hall, Derek Metzger, Jason Langley, Mark Conaghan 

Filmed using one stationary camera on a tripod with sound patched in directly from the soundboard. Some spotlight washout. A

Spamalot – Full stage
Barcelona/Spain – 2008

Jordi Bosch, Marta Ribera, Toni Viñals, Sergi Albert, Fernando Gil, Josep M. Gimeno, Xavi Duch, Jesús García. 

Full stage without spotlight washout. There only are close-ups in Diva's Lament.

Spamalot - Clay Aiken's first
Broadway/America - January 18, 2008

Jonathan Hadary (King Arthur of Britain), Clay Aiken (Sir Robin, the Not-Quite-So-Brave-as-Sir-Lancelot), Christopher Sieber (Sir Dennis Galahad,  the Dashingly Handsome), Hannah Waddingham (The Lady of the Lake)

Shot with two camera's

Broadway/America - April 20, 2008

Clay Aiken (Sir Robin), Hannah Waddinham (The Lady of the Lake), Bradley Dean (Sir Galahad and other roles), Jonathan Hadary (King Arthur), Rick Holmes (Sir Lancelot and other roles), Davie Hibbard, Tom Deckman, Brad Oscar

Broadway/America - January 4, 2009

Clay Aiken (Sir Robin), Merle Dandridge (The Lady of the Lake), Michael Sibberry (King Arthur), Rick Holmes, Bradley Dean, Tom Deackman

Only video with Merle on Broadway. Clay Aikens (2nd) final performance.

Cologne/Germany - August 15, 2009

Michael Flöh (König Arthur), Amber Schoop (Schöne aus dem Schilf), Dominik Schulz (Sir Lancelot), Serkan Kaya (Sir Galahad), Martin Berger (Sir Bedevere), Bernd J. Arends (Sir Robin), Michael Kargus (Prinz Herbert), Nikolaus Stich (Patsy)

Spamalot - Limited trade
UK Tour/England - March 23, 2011 - Details not sure!

Phil Jupitus, Todd Carty, Jessica Martin, Simon Lipkin, Graham McDuff, David Lingham, Samuel Holmes, Robin Armstrong

Crystal clear, some stage searching and one short 5 second blackout during the first 5 minutes, after that it
improves greatly. The sets and costumes are different than on Broadway, and a re-working of the song "You Won't Succeed On Broadway" which has been re-named "You Won't Succeed In Showbiz".

US Tour (LA)/America - February 16, 2013

Arthur Rowan (King Arthur), Glenn Giron (Patsy, etc), Adam Grabau (Sir Lancelot, etc), Joshua Taylor Hamilton (Sir Dennis Galahad), Abigail Raye (The Lady of the Lake), Eric Idle (God)

Spamalot - Hollywood Bowl
LA/America - July 31, 2015

Craig Robinson, Merle Dandridge, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Christian Slater, Rick Holmes,  Warwick Davis,  Tom Deckman,  Kevin Chamberlin, Eric Idle, Matt Steven Bauer, Venny Carranza, Jeremy Duvall, Marisa Field, Holly Cruikshank Ireland, Jamie Karen, Amanda Kloots, Gavin Lodge, Adrianna Rose Lyons, Katheryne Penny, Marco Ramos, Estevan Valdes. 

A very nice capture of this year’s Hollywood Bowl musical extravaganza. The all-star cast plays well off each other, and the audience has great energy. This is captured well with no blackouts, no obstructions, and no washout. The first few seconds of the overture are missing, but after that it’s fully captured. It’s filmed in 16:9, with a mix of wides, mediums, and close-ups. The sound is excellent, although they were having occasional issues with their sound system. Includes curtain call, encore, and playbill scans. 

Merzig/Germany - August 2017

Uwe Kröger, Franziska Becker, Armin Kahl, Marc Seitz, Benjamin Oeser, André Haedicke, Andreas Lichtenberger, Manuel Lopez

HD and VOB available