CAMELOT by Lerner & Loewe

Buy Tickets

Dec 5 – Dec 22, 2019

Written by Lerner & Loewe

Directed by Jerome Davis

Performances are Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2 pm.  And we've added Saturday matinees on 12/14 and 12/21 at 2 pm! NOTE: TALK BACK with cast following performance on Friday, December 20th (free to all ticket holders for Camelot). 

camelot poster final (002)

by Lerner & Loewe
directed by Jerome Davis
Based on T.H. White’s beloved novel, Camelot is about the legendary King Arthur, the love of his life, the Lady Guinevere, and the man who Arthur saw as a son, the young Sir Lancelot.  It is a musical about the dream of a better place and the battle to create such a place.  Featuring classics such as CamelotThe Lusty Month of May, If Ever I Would Leave You and C’est Moi.

 T.H. White’s THE ONCE AND FUTURE KING (notes on a masterpiece)
The Myth and Politics of Camelot (the story’s influence through the years)
Gueneveres Through the Ages (actresses who have played her)
Camelot and the Kennedys (fact and fiction) 

William Henry Curry to speak on Camelot on December 15, 2019 at Burning Coal


Estimated run time: 2 hours.

Download the Study Guide

Cast & Crew


Laura Lillian Baggett
Preston Campbell
Alec Donaldson
AC Donohue
Mark Filiaci
Tommy Goldsmith**
Tyler Graeper
Juan Isler
Shawn Morgenlander
Galen Murphy-Hoffman*
Charles Norkus
Julie Oliver
Natalie Reder
Laura Zaetz
Lee Jean, Jr.


Dylan Bailey, ASM
Marjorie Bass, Asst. to the Costumer
Abigaile Bates, Assistant Director/Board Op
Adam Budlong, ASM
John Capetanos, ASM
Mia Carson, Master Electrician
Maddison Eberle, Asst. to the TD
Rebecca Edmonds, Production Stage Manager
Rebecca Hodge, Website Dramaturgy
Stacey Herrison, Costume Design
Juan Isler, Sound
Danielle James, Properties
Megan Kessinger, ASM
Eric Kildow, Study Guide
Mo Ortbal, Music Director
Greg Osbeck, Technical Director
Courtney Pisano, ASM
Chris Popowich, Lighting
Meredith Riggan, Scenic Artist
Carry Vaughan, House Manager

 *Denotes membership in Actors' Equity Association.
**Thomas Goldsmith, who performs with the onstage band, helped to arrange the music of the production to add the more modern touch to many of the songs.



"... what stands out most ... are the individual performances. Galen Murphy-Hoffman brings a physicality to his role as King Arthur that not only evokes the king’s boyish side but also presents the reflective nature of a man wrestling between duty and desire, right and wrong. He has a captivating presence .... Natalie Reder’s Guenevere delivers vocally." = RDU Onstage

"... Tyler Graeper as Lancelot is a tall drink of water, indeed, and just charming enough to pull off the character without making him insufferable.  Morgan le Fay (is) played with show-stealing veracity by a delightfully wicked AC Donahue." - Triangle Arts & Entertainment

" Burning Coal has managed to do it to me yet again." - Classical Voice of North Carolina