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Permalink 08/06/07 at 01:28:30 pm, by Ed, 139 words   English (US)
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So, I just saw Spamalot the musical last night at the Ordway Theater. It made me realize just how difficult it is to put on a really great live show these days, as compared to a movie. I mean, all of the special effects, and quick changes, and lighting, and legs getting hacked off, it's all so very much more difficult when the black night is actually on stage the entire time.

Not to mention the throwing of a full-size cow on stage, a knight losing his head to a killer rabbit, a grossly huge knight of Ni, and actually getting shot in the chest with an arrow whilst on stage. "Message for you, sir"

Ah, well. A truly amazing show, too bad they missed the three-headed monster, and the bridge. Great opportunity for a second intermission right there.

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