Monty Python's Spamalot: The Holy Grail of Musical Comedies
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Based on the 1908 novel by E.M. Forster, this adaptation combines gorgeous new music with a classic story, and adheres closer to the original novel than the 1985 movie, which starred Helena Bonham Carter as the sheltered English girl Lucy Honeychurch, who's introduced to passion and love while vacationing in Tuscany. While the unforgettable Edwardian characters remain, this enchanting production takes the story to lofty heights through a terrific score and memorable new songs. When Honeychurch meets the free-spirited George Emerson, she must decide whether to remain in the life that has been chosen for her, or break free and give up everything she knows in the name of love. Learn More
If you park in Rainier Square's lot, you can reach the Fifth Avenue Theater through a tunnel - if you know how to get there. Be sure to drop bread crumbs so you can find your car. Sunday, 4pm, looked for restroom, but all locked, so ended up in Union Square parking lot, then Hilton Hotel lot, and finally had to run around the block outside to get to Rainier Square.travel • Mar 03 2014 star this tip starred
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If you've seen Monty Python and the Search for the Holy Grail, you'll have a pretty good what to expect. Many of the best portions of Spamalot are lifted completely from the movie (which isn't necessarily a bad thing), though elements are moved around quite a lot and musical numbers are new or borrowed from other Monty Python shows. Don't expect high-brow humor here, though some of the dialog is quite clever. The Seattle-specific touches were nicely done. Overall a very funny diversion.