Kiernan plays Sir Lancelot - This slightly homicidal lover of curtains (and working out) holds side jobs taunting British knights; demanding shrubbery from lost travelers; and wielding magic while guarding a cute, but deadly, bunny.
Kiernan says, “Hello, and welcome to Kiernan Angley’s bio. Please ensure all valuables are stored safely in the overhead compartments and your tray tables are locked. There will be turbulence on this flight. Deal with it.” Kiernan enjoys playing dress up ever so much, and so far, no one has had the heart to tell him to stop. He received OpenStage OPUS Award nominations for Outstanding Actor for his performances with as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet and Jake in H2O. Other notable performances include Ray Rawlings in the world premiere of Hide Sky with Bas Bleu, Pale in PopUp Theatre’s debut performance of Burn This, and Kiernan Angley in Reality (which has received middling reviews so far). As a proud boricua, Kiernan would like to dedicate his performance to his family, who still resides in Puerto Rico, and everyone else on the island. It is his hope that the laughter and positive energy generated by his antics will be sent there. “Also, you could, y’know donate to a charitable cause, or something like https://hispanicfederation.org/donate.”
Monty Python's Spamalot
Book and Lyrics by Eric Idle, Music by John Du Prez, Directed by Emelie Borello
“. . . a resplendently silly new musical.” – The New York Times
As gleefully silly yet wickedly smart as the beloved film Monty Python and the Holy Grail – ‘Spamalot’ is an irreverent parody of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. It’s a joyous romp of a musical, filled with wild characters and wilder shenanigans. From killer rabbits to farting Frenchmen, the Lady of the Lake, Tim the Enchanter, Not Dead Fred, and the Knights who say Ni, ‘Spamalot’ will make you want to take your coconuts in hand and join this wacky quest! 2005 Tony Award for Best Musical. 2006 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. Contains adult language and themes.
October 28 - November 25
Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre, 417 West Magnolia Street