Rousuck's Review: A Satisfyingly Silly "Spamalot" At Cockpit in Court | WYPR

Rousuck's Review: A Satisfyingly Silly "Spamalot" At Cockpit in Court

Jul 25, 2016

Phil Gallagher (left) and Gary Dieter in "Spamalot"
Credit Photo by Laurie Sentman Starkey

Once a week, theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom in the studio to review some of the best local and regional theater productions. This morning, she's talking Spamalot, the Tony Award-winning musical based on the 1975 film, Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The satirical and unrepentantly silly tale, based loosely on the King Arthur legend, is directed by Laurie Starkey, with book and lyrics by legendary Python co-founder Eric Idle, and music by John Du Prez. 

Spamalot is on stage now through July 31st at the College Community Center Mainstage Theater, at Cockpit in Court Summer Theater, 7201 Rossville Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21237.  For ticket information, click here.