Monty Python's Spamalot: Tony-Winning Musical at the Lyric
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Shakespeare saved his best for last: his final play, The Tempest, is his most magical and engrossing tale. It follows the adventures of Prospero, an exiled duke who lives as the master of an enchanted isle abounding with fantastical creatures, mystery, music and romance. When a shipwreck delivers Prospero's enemies to the island, the plot thickens as his beloved daughter falls for one of the castaways. Bring a lawn chair and a picnic basket and enjoy this outdoor production from the Olney Theatre Center at the Root Family Stage. In celebration of the 65th anniversary of the National Players -- OTC's touring company of young professional actors -- celebrated National Player "veterans" will compose half the cast while current company members will take the younger roles. See event description for more details. Learn More
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Featured review from Dan Mellitz
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I don't think i would have payed full price for these tickets, but it was a great fun show. Laughed the whole way through. it was a great outing. I am glad I got to see it. It looks like it is the first stop on a new tour, so they were new, but amazing.
Winner of the 2005 Tony Award for Best Musical, _Monty Python’s Spamalot _is the outrageous new musical comedy lovingly ripped off from the film classic Monty Python and The Holy Grail. Based on the Tony Award winning direction of Mike Nichols, with a book by Eric Idle and music and lyrics by the Grammy Award-winning team of Mr. Idle and John Du Prez, Spamalot tells the tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table as they embark on their quest for the Holy Grail. Flying cows, killer rabbits, taunting Frenchmen and show-stopping musical numbers are just a few of the reasons audiences everywhere are eating up _Spamalot. _