“Spamalot” opened to a full house last night at Denver’s Buell Theater. It’s the shows second run in Denver. Written by the Monty Python alum Eric Idol as a spoof of the movie “Monty Python’s and the Holy Grail,” this play is even more ridiculous than the movie. Thankfully, I’m a fan of ridiculous and it seemed most of the crowd at last night’s show were also fans of ridiculous.
The mayor of HeidiTown is headed out to see Monty Python’s “Spamalot” tonight. It’s going to be laughing, smiling, dancing and singing, and tomorrow there will be a review, so stay tuned. Cheers! And remember, always look on the bright side of life.
Rated PG Directed by John Patrick Shanley Starring Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams Heidi’s Illustrious Rating: 3 Word of Warning: Dialogue driven film, adapted from a play; may bore the young or those who prefer a faster paced movie. I have no doubt Meryl Streep will win the Best Actress for her portrayal of Sister Aloysius Beauvier at the Golden Globes and Oscars this year. “Doubt” is
By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer to the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor Originally published in June 25, 2008 I have long loved the concept of an independent movie theater; a place featuring movies with subtitles, shorts and other unique, unconventional films. As a fanatical French student in high school, I often visited an independent theater called The Lincoln to watch French films. This theater introduced me not only to French film,
I have moved the review of Boulder’s Dinner Theater to the Restaurant page.