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‘Spamalot’ to be revived on Broadway

Director-choreographer Josh Rhodes on transferring the production from the Kennedy Center’s Broadway Center Stage series

The company of the Kennedy Center production of “Spamalot,” May 2023 (Credit: Jeremy Daniel)

Following a run at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., earlier this year, Monty Python’s “Spamalot” will return to Broadway this fall. Performances are slated to begin at the St. James Theatre on Oct. 31 ahead of an official opening on Nov. 16. The limited engagement is scheduled to run through the spring of 2024.

Josh Rhodes, who directed and choreographed the Kennedy Center production, will direct and choreograph for the Broadway mounting. Though Rhodes has previously choreographed for Broadway — most recently for “Bright Star” — “Spamalot” will mark his directorial debut.

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