Amid mystical forests and grand castles, Camelot tells a beloved tale of a leader’s integrity, courage and empathy—a chronicle of the struggle for civilization and goodness in a world accustomed to violence and hate. With the legendary story of King Arthur’s Round Table, doomed romance and a stunning score (“If Ever I Would Leave You,” “I Loved You Once in Silence”), Camelot has won the hearts of generations of musical theatre lovers.
Winner of four Tony Awards, Lerner and Loewe’s classic musical is a hymn to an era of leadership that upheld idealism and championed the potential of humankind, brought vividly to life by STC Associate Artistic Director Alan Paul (Kiss Me, Kate; Man of La Mancha).
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Lerner and Loewe’s CAMELOT through the Eyes of Teen Critics
Nick Fitzer’s Washington Post Interview
Camelot “Round Table” with WTOP
Creating the costumes of CAMELOT
Prosecast – Reflecting on the ‘Golden Age’ of Broadway
Prosecast – CAMELOT Backstage
Video: The Lusty Month of May
Prosecast – CAMELOT
A Note from the Director
CAMELOT Photo Gallery
The Myth of Camelot
Legends of a Fall
CAMELOT Sneak Peek
CAMELOT Photo Shoot
Video of CAMELOT in Rehearsal
ASIDES Magazine: Camelot
Early thoughts on CAMELOT
STC welcomes Alexandra Silber as Guenevere