The 1975 cult classic "Monty Python and The Holy Grail" coconut claps its way into The Little Theatre (240 East Avenue) on Wednesday, August 19. In anticipation of Geva Theatre's debut of "Spamalot," this iconic film — following the misadventures of King Arthur and his men on the hunt for the Holy Grail — 'tis but a scratch in a four night series of Monty Python film screenings. Following the August 19 screening, which will feature a Q&A with the "Spamalot" director and cast, The Little will host a different Monty Python film every Wednesday through September 9. Among the upcoming screenings are "Life of Brian" on August 26; "Meaning of Life" on September 2; and "Not the Messiah: He's A Very Naughty Boy" on September 9.
All screenings are at 6:30 p.m. in Theatre 2. Single tickets are $7, and it's $20 for the full film series. For more information, visit thelittle.org.