Camelot auditions are July 24 and 25. One-hour time slots available at 7p and 8p both evenings. Actors should bring music and plan to sing 16-32 measures of a song (not from Camelot) and might be asked to read from the script. An accompanist is provided. Callbacks will be held on July 26.
The Playhouse is committed to inclusive casting and will be looking to cast 6 men, 3 women and an ensemble.
Performances are September 15-17, 21-24. Rehearsals are typically 7-10p Monday through Friday starting July 30. Tech Sunday will be September 10.
Stuart Richey directs, with Michael Trutna as music director and Theodore Blessing as choreographer.
In Medieval England, King Arthur hopes to create an idyllic kingdom guided by honor and righteousness, embodied by his Knights of the Round Table. But Arthur’s perfect world is an illusion; his wife Guinevere secretly loves the handsome and noble knight, Lancelot. With enchantment, pageantry, and glorious melodies, Lerner and Loewe’s classic won’t “Let it be forgot/That once there was a spot/For one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot.”
Camelot is sponsored by Russ's Market, KFOR, Lincoln Community Playhouse Guild, Art FX, and Nebraska Oral & Facial Surgery.