The Hollywood Bowl has found its Holy Grail. "Spamalot," the Tony Award-winning burlesque musical treatment of Monty Python's routines and worldview, proves to be the absolute perfect choice for the…
Mash up Eric Idle, “Life of Brian,” an orchestra, a full chorus, a handful of formidable Broadway names and a classically structured oratorio, and you’ve got “Not the Messiah (He’s a Very Naughty…
Great movie songs have served varying purposes over the years. They can both set the scene and act as a theme song ("Fame," "Falling Slowly" from "Once"), capture a mood ("Things Have Changed" from…
Tina Turner has better legs, and Mick Jagger's got more experience electrifying the crowds. Still, when it comes to singing septuagenarians, it's hard to top (what remains of) Monty Python.
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