Playbill Issues With Clay's fan-written Bio
It is reported by Joy2talk2u at the Clayboard that the copy of the Playbill with the fan written bio will be made available to the Clay fans via a pre-sale at PlaybillStore.com. If you are interested in a copy please check at the website to see when it will be available and how you can purchase it.
Also the SPAMALOT Souvenir Program with Clay Aiken Insert While Clay Aiken was appearing in Spamalot earlier this year are available, however a very limited number of the Programs with the Clay insert are available, so be sure to order these soon as well. Please check for this at the PlaybillStore.com.
OT: Shrek with a surprise
For those that remember Christopher Siebert as Sir Dennis Galahad in Spamalot, when Clay started in Spamalot, well he has gone on to play the part of Lord Farquaad in Shrek, in a very unusual way. This is the review on his role as reported to Playbill.com by the Seattle Times.
The Seattle Times said the musical had heart, but that it had flaws, citing areas in costuming, scoring and staging that could be improved. But it was, overall, an encouraging review. Variety also said the show had flaws, "but none necessarily fatal." The best performance notices went to Christopher Siebert, who plays the evil, and short, villain Lord Farquaad entirely on his knees.
Ouch!! What was that Clay said about hurting after rehersals for Spamalot, wonder if he would like to play Sir Robin on his knees, LOL...