Monty Python's Spamalot Comes to Phoenix
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The last date listed for Spamalot was Sunday October 14, 2012 / 6:30pm (Closing Night).
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Full of humor and hummable tunes, Avenue Q is a hilarious look at life in New York, featuring a fantastic cast of people and puppets. In its Broadway debut, Avenue Q scored the "Triple Crown" of Tony wins, grabbing honors for Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book. The lovable cast of characters, both flesh and felt, includes recent college grad Princeton, who moves to Avenue Q full of hope for the future, Kate (the girl/monster next door), and the colorful collection of neighbors who help Princeton discover his true purpose in life. Learn More
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Featured review from Colleen Porter
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This was extremely entertaining and well-done. The props, costumes, and talent were all at a professional level. What made it really fun to watch was how well the actors fit their characters and that they were willing to be over the top - especially for this show. I wish they could have a night with a little cleaner version for kids. My 11 year old went and really liked most of it but was embarrassed by some of the language, themes, and costumes. I realize that it is Monty Python, so I was expecting that. They actually could have taken it further but didn't, so I thank them for that.
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wonderful production -- very entertaining with a super talented cast -- elaborate costumes and sets for a small production -- had a front row seat & felt like I was right in the show itself -- this is my 2nd Phoenix Theatre production (Avenue Q...continued
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About the Ticket Supplier: Phoenix Theatre
Phoenix Theatre, originally founded as the Phoenix Players in 1920, is the oldest arts organizations in Arizona and remains one of the oldest operating arts organizations in the country. Although the Phoenix Players performed in a variety of spaces including schools and backyards, there was an inevitable need for a permanent dedicated theatre space. In 1924 the Heard Family offered the newly named, Phoenix Little Theatre their old coach house on Central and McDowell.