Date(s) - Aug 2, 2011 - Aug 7, 2011
Various Times
Location - Wells Fargo Pavilion

“Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief, shining moment that was known as Camelot.”

Audiences were transported back to the magical and mythical days of medieval England when “Camelot” came to Music Circus August 2-7. Arthur, Guenevere, Lancelot and Merlyn came alive in Lerner and Loewe’s inspiring musical of love, intrigue, idealism and magic. Moving ballads such as “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “How to Handle a Woman” and “Camelot” entangled audiences in the the most fabled love triangle of all time.

Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; Music by Frederick Loewe. Based on the King Arthur legend as adapted from the novel “The Once and Future King” by T.H. White.



Director – Glenn Casale
Choreographer – Dan Mojica
Production Stage Manager – Jill Gold
Musical Director – Craig Barna
Costume Designer – Mark Koss
Scenic Designers – Scott Klier & Jamie Kumpf
Lighting Designer – Pamila Gray
Sound Designer – Robert Sereno
Assistant Stage Manager – Katherine Cannon
Hair, Wig and Makeup Designer – Christine Conklin

Deanna Aguinaga (Ensemble)
Lauren Blackman (Ensemble)
Kate Bodenheimer (Ensemble)
Karen Culliver (Nimué/Lady Anne)
J.D. Daw (Ensemble)
Lisa Ferris (Ensemble)
David Gaines (King Arthur)
Alex Greenlee (Young Arthur/Squire Dap/Tom of Warwick)
Sean Hayden (Lancelot du Lac)
Michael McGurk (Ensemble)
Christopher B. Nachtrab (Ensemble)
Lisa O’Hare (Guenevere)
Amanda Peet (Ensemble)
Natalie Ross (Ensemble)
Joseph Sark (Ensemble)
Jonathan Stahl (Ensemble)
Shannon Stoeke (Mordred)
Michael Thatcher (Ensemble)
Joseph Torello (Ensemble)
Lisaun Whittingham (Ensemble)
John B. Williford (Ensemble/Fight Director/Dance & Fight Captain)
Time Winters (Merlyn/Pellinore)

Content Guide: Camelot is recommended for theatregoers 8 and over.