NYC Broadway Trip

Spamalot (also known as Monty Python's Spamalot) is a stage musical with score by John Du Prez and Eric Idle, with lyrics and book by Idle. Based on the 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the musical offers a highly irreverent parody of Arthurian legend. The original 2005 Broadway production directed by Mike Nichols received 14 Tony Award nominations, winning in three categories, including Best Musical.


SPAMALOT, the musical comedy lovingly ripped off from the film classic, MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL, returns to Broadway for the first time ever, following a record-breaking sold-out run at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.


Peter Marks of The Washington Post exclaims, “It’s UNFAIR to make me laugh this much! SPAMALOT is a tightly packed clown car speeding to musical theater nirvana!” Everything that makes a great knight in the theatre is here, from flying cows to killer rabbits, British royalty to French taunters, dancing girls, rubbery shrubbery, and of course, the Lady of the Lake.


The St. James Theatre

246 West 44th Street

Between 7th Avenue & 8th Avenue

Trip Itinerary

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 

5:45 AM        Arrive to THS Aigburth Bus Lot

6:00 AM        Depart

10:00 AM      NYC shopping and sightseeing and Lunch

2:00 PM        Show

5:00 PM        Dinner

6:00 PM        Depart for Home

9:30 PM        Arrive to THS Aigburth Bus Lot

Fine Print

*All Payments Are Non-Refundable

+Financial Aid Available Upon Request, Contact Mr. Olin,

Thank you to THS Music Boosters for reducing the cost by $20 per student.

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available upon request. Please complete the form.

Crossbar Mobile app

All trip participants must download the Crossbar Mobile app to their phone. This is how we will communicate.

Log into the app with the same email and password that you used to create an account on

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is sponsoring this trip?

Answer: This trip is sponsored by Baltimore County Public Schools. This is an approved BCPS field trip. All school rules and policy are in effect.

Will my child's absence from school be excused?

Answer: Yes, first period teachers will be instructed to code this as Excused Absence Work approved or sponsored (08).

What if I receive a robo call from the school informing me that my child is absent from school?

Answer: Contact the student's first period teacher with the following message, "Please code this as Excused Absence Work approved or sponsored (08)." You can also message all of their teachers that day just to be sure that each teacher is coding this absence correctly. With this many students on a field trip there will probably be mistakes.

Who is going on this trip?

Answer: We are taking 216 people on four (4) motor coach buses (166 students, 42 adult chaperones, and 8 THS teachers)

What is included in the cost?

Answer: Round trip transportation via private motor coach and a ticket to the show.

What is the refund policy?

Answer: Non-refundable.

What if my child is sick on the day of the trip and can't attend?

Answer: Email Mr. Olin with pertinent information.

Is there a permission slip to complete?

Answer: Yes, Mr. Olin will be in contact via email about student permission slips and adult chaperone paperwork. We will follow BCPS policy for all required paperwork.

Which bus company are we using?

Answer: Superior Tours, Inc

How long is the bus ride?

Answer: Actual drive time is about 3 hours non-stop.

Where will the bus drop us off and pick us up in Manhattan?

Answer: On 8th Avenue at 49th Street @ The Food Emporium (810 8th Ave.)

Do I need to bring money?

Answer: Yes, trip participants will need to bring money to purchase lunch and dinner in New York City. Estimated cost is $50-$75 per person. Bring extra money if you want to purchase souvenirs.

Who will be my adult chaperone?

Answer: Students will have their parent/guardian/caregiver as their adult chaperone?

Do students pick their own groups?

Answer: Yes, students will self-select their group.

How many students per adult chaperone?

Answer: It's one adult chaperone for every four students (although groups of 5 or 6 will be allowed). Parents will chaperone their child and 3-5 additional students.

How will the students know that I am their adult chaperone?

Answer: Adult chaperones will meet their student group for the first time on the bus ride up to NYC. Chaperones will be provided with BCPS blue lanyards to wear around their necks as well as a bring pink laminated card stock with "THS" and the chaperones last name.

Is there a trip meeting prior to our departure?

Answer: No, there is no meeting for this trip. All communication will be via email and the crossbar mobile app. When the time comes, make sure to complete the online registration and download the app so you can stay informed.

How will we communicate while we are on the trip?

Answer: All trip participants (students, adult chaperones, and teachers) will be required to complete the online registration and download the crossbar mobile app. Mr. Olin will email out specific directions on how to do this. Parents are encouraged to also download the crossbar mobile app as well.

Which bus will I be on?

Answer: Students will self-select their seat on the bus. You must be on the same bus as your chaperone and group members.

What should I do before the show?

Answer: From 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM you should walk around the "Theatre District of Manhattan" with your adult chaperone. Go shopping, see the sights, and eat lunch prior to the show. Everyone should plan to meet at the theater at 1pm. Tickets to the show will be distributed starting at 1:00 PM outside the theater. Mr. Olin will hand an envelope to each adult chaperone with the show tickets for that group.

The City of New York defines the "Theatre District of Manhattan" subdistrict to extend from 40th Street to 57th Street and from Sixth Avenue to Eighth Avenue, with an additional area west of Eighth Avenue from 42nd Street to 45th Street.

We also have an optional NYC Photo Scavenger Hunt to guide your sight-seeing.

Where should I eat Lunch?

Answer: Any restaurant in the Midtown Theater District will be fine.

Where should I eat dinner?

Answer: After the show we will have a short time for dinner (about 1 hour). Here are some suggested quick and cheap restaurants near the theatre/bus pick up location:

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