First Look at CAMELOT at Music Theater Works

Music Theater Works’ production of Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot is currently playing through November 13 at the North Theater at the North Shore Center For The Performing Arts in Skokie, 9501 Skokie Blvd, Skokie.

Check out a first look at the photos and video below!

Camelot is Music Theater Works’ fourth production of the 2022 season with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe, directed by Brianna Borger, music directed by Linda Madonia with choreography by Ariel Etana Triunfo . Duration, including intermission, is currently two hours. The show schedule is Wednesdays at 1 p.m., Fridays at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 2 and 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets are on sale now from $39 to $106, and tickets for guests 25 and under are half off at MusicTheaterWorks.com. Group discounts are available for groups of 10 or more by contacting 847.920.5360.

Return to the magic and majesty of Lerner and Loewe’s classic musical, Camelot, which tells the enduring legend of King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, Sir Lancelot and other members of the Knights of the Round Table. Based on TH White’s novel “The Once and Future King”, audiences experience the story of King Arthur’s most trusted knight, Sir Lancelot, as Lancelot falls in love with Queen Guinevere and together they indulge their passion . Will this betrayal destroy Camelot and all it stands for? This intimate new production promises to breathe new and thrilling life into Camelot. This four-time Tony Award winner is filled with passion, pageantry, chivalry and betrayal and his beloved score includes songs such as “If Ever I Would Leave You”, “Camelot”, “C’ is Me” and “How to Handle a Woman.”

The Camelot cast includes Christine Mayland Perkins (she/her, Guenevere); Michael Metcalf (he/him/her, Arthur); Nathe Rowbotham (they/them/their, Lancelot); Hannah Mary Simpson (she/her, Dinadan); Parker Guidry (they/them/their, Mordred); Tommy Thurston (he/his/her, Lionel); Ari Magsino (they/them/their/he/him/his, Tom); Sarah Patin (they/them/their, Sagramore/US Mordred); Autumn Thelander (she/her, Dap/dance captain); Sarah Obert (she/her/it, US Guenevere); Jimmy Hogan (he/him/his, US Lionel/US Lancelot); Korey White (he/his/her, US Arthur); Jazmine Tamayo (she/her, US Dap/Tom) and Maria Alexandra (they/them/their, US Dinadan/Sagramore).

Camelot’s creative team includes Brianna Borger (she/her, director); Linda Madonia (she/her, musical director); Ariel Etana Triunfo (she/her, choreographer); Ann Davis (she/her, set designer); Martha Shurford (she/her, costume designer); Caitlin Wagner (she/her, props); Diane Fairchild (she/her, lighting designer); Alice Salazar (she/her, hair and makeup artist); Nick Sandys (he/his/her, fight choreographer); Elena Patterson (she/her/them/them, intimacy choreographer/assistant manager); Will Hughes (he/him/his, technical director); Allison Gonzales (she/her, stage manager); Kristen Brinati (she/her, wardrobe team); Jennifer King Russell (she/her, entrepreneur); Chris Chase (he/him/her, production manager) and Kyle A. Dougan (he/him/his/them/them, producer art director).

Photo credit: Brett Beiner

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