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Steve Blanchard traveled to Camelot and the crazy world of Monty Python as he took on the role of King Arthur 
in the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina 2013 production of Spamalot in Hilton Head Island, SC.
Steve Blanchard as King Arthur in Spamalot
Bill Bateman and Steve Blanchard
Heading the cast are married (to each other) actors Steve Blanchard (King Arthur) and Meredith Inglesby (The Lady of the Lake). Both have serious resumes, including work on Broadway, and I can't imagine anybody owning these roles with more aplomb. Blanchard is dashing, handsome, and endearlingly hapless as Arthur, while Inglesby, a Hilton Head native, is a funny, beautiful power house. Both are wonderful singers and the chemistry between them is palpable. What a pleasure to watch these seasoned performers at the top of their game!
- Low Country Weekly

I'm All Alone," with the handsome and kingly King Arthur (Steve Blanchard) and the knights, was show-stopping.
- The Beaufort Gazette

 


Steve Blanchard and Bill Bateman


Steve Blanchard and the Knight in Camelot

 

Steve Blanchard, Meredith Inglesby and the Knights in Camelot

Steve Blanchard in Spamalot
Steve Blanchard, Bill Bateman and cast look on the bright side of life.
   
Steve Blanchard and the Holy Grail
The quest for the Holy Grail 

 
Steve Blanchard and Knights
Steve Blanchard, Xander Chauncey, Michael Di Liberto, Jeffrey Watkins, Michael Cowher  
and Bill Bateman confront the French Taunter.
 
Steve Blanchard and Meredith Inglesby in Spamalot
Steve Blanchard and Meredith Inglesby
  



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Steve Blanchard and Meredith Inglesby in Spamalot
Steve Blanchard and Meredith Inglesby
 

 Steve Blanchard and the cast of Spamalot
Find your Grail

  

 


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