May 23 – June 2
This soaring Lerner and Loewe masterpiece tells the tale of the legendary love triangle between King Arthur, Guenevere, and Sir Lancelot. The fate of the kingdom hangs in the balance as a young idealistic Arthur, with his roundtable, tries to maintain honor and dignity. Classic hits like “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “The Lusty Month of May,” and the title song “Camelot” will thrill and delight.
Mac-Haydn legend Gabe Belyeu takes on the epic role of King Arthur with another favorite of our audiences, Madison Stratton, at his side as The Lady Guenevere. These two remarkable acting singers promise to provide incredible depth to these legendeary characters.
They are joined by Dakota Dutcher, also known and loved by Mac-Haydn Audiences, who provides a fascinating take on the characters of Merlyn and Pellinore.
Director James Rodgers spoke about their work: “Madison, Gabe and Dakota all have the ability to take an idea and augment it in a way that not only supports their character, but the arc of the entire piece. That scope of awareness as an actor allows the director to build an extremely detailed narative.”
Joining us for the first time in the pivotal role of Lancelot is Nick Miller. A graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, Nick brings a marvelous sensitivity to the conflicted Lancelot and his voice is something very special.
Camelot is directed by James Rodgers, choreographed by Elizabeth McGuire and Music Directed by David Maglione with costume design by Alison Zador, scenic design by Kevin Gleason and lighting design by Andrew Gmoser.