The one-year-old company announced its acquisition of the professional, stock and amateur rights for the hit musical, which continues to play Broadway's Shubert Theatre.
"We are thrilled that TRW are handling our play and our very proud that Spamalot seems to have a longer shelf life than Spam … even when you open it," said Spamalot co-creators Eric Idle and John Du Prez in a statement.
TRW president and CEO Steve Spiegel noted that certain foreign licensing rights for Monty Python's Spamalot are immediately available throughout much of the world including Europe, Asia and Latin America.
The new company's catalogue of works already includes All Shook Up, bare, Flight of the Lawnchair Man, Forbidden Broadway, I Love You Because, Little Women, Lucky Duck, Ring of Fire, Striking 12 and Zanna Don't, among others.
For more on the New York-based company, visit theatricalrights.com.