And now for something completely different – While we might not be lucky enough to have Spamalot playing on this coast, as least The Museum of Television & Radio is looking out for us. They will be showing “The IN-complete History of Monty Python” in town starting April 1st and running through mid June. I’m sure you are “That sounds fancy! What could it be?” Well I’ll tell you. It’s really just a bunch of Flying Circus episodes being shown in public but that’s enough if you ask me.
The Schedule is: April 1-14 Sex and Violence, April 15-28 Full Frontal Nudity, April 29-May 12 Spam, May 13-26 Royal Episode Thirteen, May 27–June 9 Idle Pleasures.
The Museum of Television & Radio in New York is located at 25 West 52 Street while the California institution can be found at 465 North Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills. Suggested contribution are as follows: Members (free), adults ($10), senior citizens and students ($8) and children under fourteen ($5). Admission is free in Los Angeles. For more information, call the Museum in New York at (212) 621-6800, in Los Angeles at (310) 786-1000, or visit the website at www.mtr.org.
And now… the Larch.