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Gershwin Theatre , (6/21/1993 - 8/07/1993)
First Preview:Jun 17, 1993 Total Previews:4
Opening Date:Jun 21, 1993   
Closing Date:Aug 07, 1993 Total Performances:56

Category: Musical, Revival, Broadway
Setting: In and around Camelot; a battlefield in France. A long time ago.

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Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; Robert E. Nederlander: President; James L. Nederlander: Vice-President)
Produced by Music Fair Productions, Inc.
Book by Alan Jay Lerner; Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; Music by Frederick Loewe; Based on "The Once and Future King" by T. H. White; Musical Director: John Visser
Directed by Norbert Joerder; Choreographed by Norbert Joerder; Original production directed and staged by Moss Hart
Scenic production supervision by Neil Peter Jampolis; Lighting Design by Neil Peter Jampolis; Costume supervision & additional costume design by Franne Lee; Sound Design by Tom Morse
Executive Producer: Shelly Gross; Tour Direction: Irving Siders; General Manager: Marvin A. Krauss Associates, Inc. and Joey Parnes; Company Manager: Ken Myers
Production Stage Manager: Martin Gold; Stage Manager: John McNamara
Musical Coordinator: John Monaco; Conducted by John Visser; Associate Conductor: Milton Granger; Concert Master: Yuval Waldman; Synthesizer: Milton Granger; Trumpet 1: Dominic Derasse; Trumpet 2: Bud Burridge; Trombone 1: Dale Kirkland; Bass Trombone: Nathan Durham; French Horn 1: Glen Estrin; French Horn 2: Kathy Canfield; Flute / Piccolo: Helen Campo; Clarinet: William Shadel; B-Flat Clarinet / E-Flat Clarinet: Mitchell Estrin; Oboe / English Horn: David Kossoff; Bassoon: George Morera; Harp: Pattee Cohen; Bass: Joseph Russo; Violin 2: Paul Woodiel; Violin 3: Nina Simon; Violin 4: Lesa Terry; Viola 1: Judy Witmer; Viola 2: Richard Spencer; Cello 1: Jennifer Langham; Cello 2: Marisol Espada; Percussion: Kenneth Canty
Casting: Sherie L. Seff; Press Representative: Jeffrey Richards Associates; Dance Captain: Lisa Guignard; Fight Captain: Steve Asciolla; Advertising: Triton Advertising
Robert Goulet Arthur
Steve Blanchard Lancelot Du Lac
Patricia Kies Guenevere
Tucker McCrady Mordred
James Valentine Merlyn
Chris Van Strander Tom of Warwick
Virl Andrick Sir Lionel
Steve Asciolla Ensemble
Greg Brown Ensemble
Cedric D. Cannon Sir Sagramore
Ben Starr Coates Ensemble
William Thomas Evans Ensemble
Newton R. Gilchrist Dap
Lisa Guignard Ensemble
Theresa Hudson Ensemble
Brian Jeffrey Hurst Ensemble
Donald Ives Ensemble
Ted Keegan Ensemble
Karen Longwell Ensemble
Jean Mahlmann Lady Anne
Raymond Sage Ensemble
Barbara Scanlon Ensemble
Vanessa Shaw Nimue
Richard Smith Sir Dinadan
Verda Lee Tudor Ensemble
James Valentine King Pellinore
Kimberly Wells Ensemble
Swings: Tina Belis and Michael J. Novin
Understudies: Steve Asciolla (King Pellinore), Ben Starr Coates (Sir Lionel), William Thomas Evans (Sir Dinadan), Newton R. Gilchrist (Merlyn), Theresa Hudson (Lady Anne), Brian Jeffrey Hurst (Lancelot Du Lac), Ted Keegan (Mordred), Michael J. Novin (Sir Sagramore, Tom of Warwick), Raymond Sage (Dap), Barbara Scanlon (Guenevere), Richard Smith (Arthur) and Verda Lee Tudor (Nimue)
music by Frederick Loewe; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
ACT 1Sung By
I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight? Arthur
The Simple Joys of Maidenhood Guenevere
Camelot Arthur and Guenevere
Camelot (Reprise)Arthur and Guenevere
Follow Me Nimue
Camelot (Reprise)Arthur and Guenevere
C'est Moi Lancelot Du Lac
The Lusty Month of May Guenevere and Ensemble
How to Handle a Woman Arthur
The Jousts Arthur, Guenevere and Ensemble
Before I Gaze at You Again Guenevere
ACT 2Sung By
The Madrigal Court Dancers and Musicians
If Ever I Would Leave You Lancelot Du Lac
The Seven Deadly Virtues Mordred
Fie on Goodness! Knights and Mordred
What Do the Simple Folk Do? Guenevere and Arthur
I Loved You Once in Silence Guenevere
Guenevere Ensemble
Camelot (Reprise)Arthur