A long run on Broadway is a marathon, where actors prove their mettle by giving fresh performances nightly. It provides a steady income and an opportunity to live at home, both of which Martin Moran enjoyed during his 22 months playing Sir Robin in Spamalot.
The Denver native last performed in Colorado during 2004 in his autobiographical play, The Tricky Part. Since then he has seen the show performed around the world.
Moran left Spamalot in December (Clay Aiken replaced him) to write a screenplay based loosely on the book of The Tricky Part.
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