He's been love struck in "My Fair Lady" as Freddy. He's been in the rock and roll drug scene in "Rent" as Roger. He's even had two personalities as the title role(s) in "Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical".
Now, Patrick Ludt adds his charm and tenor vocals to Monty Python's "Spamalot" as Sir Robin in The Media Theatre's production of the Best Musical Tony Winner September 25-November 3.
Aside from performing on Media's stage in quite a few musicals, Ludt also directed one of its big holiday hits two seasons back ("The Sound of Music").

Monty Python's "Spamalot" is the Broadway musical comedy--accent on COMEDY--based on the classic film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail". In it, a somewhat befuddled King Arthur is placed on the trail by The Voice of God and along with his eccentric Knights ends up being taunted by a lunatic Frenchman, meeting up with a Killer Rabbit, and finally 'surrendering' to The Lady of the Lake.
It's outrageous, it's contagious, it's absolutely Ludtageous. See "Spamalot" at The Media Theatre starting September 25 and playing through November 3. Visit mediatheatre.org to see dates and times. It's produced by The Media Music Theatre Company.