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'Spamalot' aims to surprise D.C. audiences

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It's worth getting orchestra seats for "Monty Python's Spamalot," which opened at the National Theatre on Wednesday night. The Phoenix Entertainment production has written the District right into the show. Emily Croome sits facing the stage just like the audience does, but for much of the show, the cast interacts with her, yelling and glaring and generally turning her -- the conductor -- into a...

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