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 Post subject: Spamalot - clips online!
 Post Posted: Sat Dec 23, 2006 9:58 am 
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Yay

They've put clips of some of the songs in the show on the UK Spamalot site.

Enjoy

http://www.spamalotlondon.com/video.php

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Is it as good as seeing it live?

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YAY.

I cant wait till it comes here to australia.

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It is nothing close to seeing it live! Does bring ack some great memories of the show, though! Wow that weekend was fun... :D

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They need to hurry up and get down under!!!

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I'm reviving this thread to say that I just saw the show in St. Paul at the Ordway. A great place for this one, too. The cast could get a great view of the audience and played to the them with a good deal of energy.
Idle made some changes in the storyline, but not to the degree of stripping away any of the original script's heart and soul. The ending can be debated endlessly, yet I'll say that it worked for me.
However, a constable walking onstage with a giant inflatible hand to push into the audiences collective faces would've been okay, too.

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Curious, does the Spamalot US Tour do the "D-One" trick at the end?
(sparing the spoiler for those who don't know it). Thanks.


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it was slightly different when i saw it, but still there.

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Cool. I just wonder what on earth they do
if the theatre doesn't have a D-1 seat.
I'll be attending in Oregon sometime in September,
although not with Donna Reading, pity.


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Location: Minneapolis...home of the Lutheran Polka Eucharist. Lift your accordian unto the Lord.
You were going with Donna Reading? I'm confused. Oh. The answer to the question from five posts (three, sir) THREE posts back is yes.

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Location: Minneapolis...home of the Lutheran Polka Eucharist. Lift your accordian unto the Lord.
I should add that they could've played a rousing game of "Sh*tties" at the end and I would've been very pleased, indeed.
I should add that but,...

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