The culture of that era is experiencing somewhat of a revival lately. I submit that the off-beat irreverence of Monty Python deserves to reap as least as much of it as Elton John and Leon Russell, and MSMT's spectacular spectacle is a fine way to reconnect with the wise-ass child within.

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MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT | Book and Lyrics by Eric Idle; Music by John du Prez and Eric Idle | Directed and choreographed by Marc Robin; Music Direction by Edward Reichert | Produced by the Maine State Music Theatre, in Brunswick | through August 28 | 207.725.8769

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