Take the legendary tale of King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table, add a bevy of beautiful show girls, cows, killer rabbits and French people, and you have Monty Python’s Spamalot, the musical The New York Times said “raises silliness to an art form.”
Returning to Stephens by popular demand after last year’s sold-out show, Spamalot has been hailed as a “no-holds-barred smash hit” by The New Yorker and won the Tony® Award for Best Musical. It’s utterly ridiculous, incredibly funny, and returning for one night only.
Celebrity Café Speaker, 30 minutes prior to the show
Steve Hoifeldt, director of the Ames Choral Society
- Steve Hoifeldt is the founding choir director of Good Company! A Women’s Choral Ensemble. He earned his Master of Arts degree from the University of Iowa and his Bachelor of Arts degree in vocal performance from Bethany College. Mr. Hoifeldt’s choral and instrumental conducting experience includes working with the musicians of the Ames Choral Society since 1982, the Des Moines Vocal Arts Ensemble, Bethesda and St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church choirs, the Ametones Barbershop Chorus, ACTORS, and the 1993 ISU extravaganza “Stars over Stars over Veisha”. He has also worked with the Ballard 7th through 12th grade chorus members. In 1997 he was named “Local Treasure” by the Ames Community Arts Council (ACAC). He also teaches at the Boone Campus of Des Moines Area community College.