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  • Paul Donnelly:
    21 May. 2024
    What a wacky take on tales of chivalry in ye olden days! The gags, both verbal and visual, come fast and furious. Read it and howl with laughter. What more can I say but "Let them eat cake," indeed?
  • Tom Erb:
    20 May. 2024
    Peter Fenton's pen wields a whimsical wit sharper than Excalibur, carving characters as vivid as a technicolor dreamcoat. His plays, a merry-go-round of mirth and mayhem, showcase a talent for spinning yarns that knit together humor and heart. Fenton's knack for crafting dialogue so lively, one might expect the words to leap off the page and tap dance around the room, makes his work a must-see for any theatre enthusiast with a hunger for hearty laughs.
  • Morey Norkin:
    11 Nov. 2023
    Let’s face it, knights are funny. And with Peter Fenton in command of this epic tale of love, quests, and topiary, the laughs are plentiful. Pull up a seat at the square table and get ready to have a ball!
  • Melissa Milich:
    17 Oct. 2023
    This is hilarious! A new take on the old stories with literary characters as we have never seen them before. This is bound to be a classic!
  • Jacquelyn Floyd-Priskorn:
    16 Oct. 2023
    Epic! Silly! And lots of cake! This is a play perfect to showcase an ensemble cast and production team. A fun, modern faerie tale that will likely sell TONS of strawberry cakes in the lobby after the show!
  • Donald E. Baker:
    10 Apr. 2023
    A delightfully silly tale of impossible quests and misplaced chivalry in the wink-wink, nudge-nudge tradition of Spamalot. Head turning anachronisms and groan-worthy jokes abound, and the whole thing is intended to be presented with a tongue-in-cheek "hey, gang, let's put on a show" attitude and found-object props and set materials. Everyone will have fun with this one--the actors, the production team, and, especially, the audience. They'll have a great night at "Good Knight and Goodbye."
  • Stephen Byrum:
    7 Apr. 2023
    Fenton takes Arthurian myth and turns it on its head. An absurdist comedic romp that will keep you laughing with its vibrant characters and quick-witted storytelling in a Monty Python-esque style. At its core, is a conundrum faced by the loyal Sir Galahad, duty to his kingdom or duty to his heart. A great piece for any theatre that's tired of the same options over and over for a quality farce. I had a great time and so will you!
  • Zacharia Bowen:
    2 Dec. 2021
    I haven't read very many plays but I have acted in few and this play I absolutely loved. I have always been a big fan of knights and dragons and stories set in times like this story. Knights of the Square Table had heart, laughter, amazing characters and a truly enchanting story and as I read I either grew to love a character like Sir Galahad or hate them like Sir Krause. This play has become one of my favorites and I would love to be in a production it ever was produced.