Synopsis

In Medieval England, young King Arthur hopes to create an idyllic kingdom guided by honor and righteousness, embodied by his Knights of the Round Table. But Arthur’s perfect world is an illusion; his wife Guinevere secretly loves the handsome and noble knight, Lancelot. With enchantment, pageantry, and glorious melodies, Lerner and Loewe’s classic won’t “Let it be forgot / That once there was a spot / For one brief shining moment that was know as Camelot.”

Songs include “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “The Simple Joys of Maidenhood,” “The Lusty Month of May,” and the rousing title number.

 

Production Team

Director/Music Director: Richard Biever

Choreographer/Stage Manager: Jill A. Brighton

Assistant Stage Manager: Rachel Davis-Charney

Scenic Designer: Michael Benson

Projections Designer: Neil Bearden

Costume Designer: Julie Snyder

Lighting Designer: Tyler Sperrazza

Sound Designer: Michael Blake

Arthur: Steve Snyder*

Guenevere: Kayla Marie Berghoff

Lancelot: Michael Pilato

Merlyn/Pellinore: Wilson Hutton

Mordred: James McCready

Nimue: Sadie Spivey

Lady Anne/Guenevere Cover: Meg Supina

Tom of Warwick: Elijah Snyder (Luca Snyder, understudy)

Sir Dinadan: Tyler Sperrazza

Sir Lionel: John Nichici

Sir Sagramore: Chris Hirsh

Squire Dap: Ryan Andrew Ordnung

Horrid: Oliver Biever

Ensemble:
Sean Toso, Kyler Sherman-Wilkins, Cameron Pillitteri, Sarah Rito, Libby Snyder, Katie Kensinger, Clara Hanahan, and Natalie Conte

* Member of Actors’ Equity