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by Alan Jay Lerner
Oct. 10-12 & 16-19

Directed by B. Michael Quale

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     Entertainment, Inc!'s 2008-2009 season kicks off with the classic legend of Camelot, book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederic Loewe.  The stage version of Camelot is based on the T.H. White novel "The Once and Future King."  Camelot originally opened on Broadway December 3, 1960, the original cast included Richard Burton as King Arthur, Julie Andrews as Guenevere, Robert Goulet as Sir Lancelot,  and David Hurst as Merlyn.  The show was hugely successful and won four Tony awards.  Some of the enchanting musical numbers include "The Simple Joys of Maidenhood," "The Lusty Month of May," "How to Handle a Woman," "I Loved You Once in Silence," "If Ever I Would Leave You" and "What Do the Simple Folk Do?"

Cast of Camelot :

King Arthur

Phil Jore

Queen Guenevere Paula Swenson
Sir Lancelot JC LaBar
Merlyn Justin Parkinson
Pelinore Dan Crisham
Mordred Eric Pozgay
Sir Dinadan Russell Larson
Morgan Le Fey

Kayla Stamp

Squire Dap DaeMynn Stevens
Nimue Jennifer Sommerfeld
Sir Lionel Steve Christensen
Lords & Ladies of Camelot

Gary Pozgay, Vern Ryan, Gordon Anderson, Allison Irgens, Kristi Marshall, Maeve MacSteves, Jennifer Sommerfeld, Laura Anderson, Liz Seven, Kayla Stamp, LeeAnn Clark, Susan LaBar, Kevin Duttenhefner,  Andrew Flexhaug, Doug Hoffman, Maro Lindsley, Bob Erickson, B. Michael Quale,

Mark Duttenheffner

Queen Morgan's Court

  Daemynn Stevens, Susan LaBar, Justin Parkinson, Schatzi Jore, LeeAnn Clark, Beth Ryan, Daniel Johnson

     Camelot performances are scheduled for October 10, 11, and 12 and continue the following weekend October 16, 17, 18, and 19.  All performances will take place at the Old Armory Theatre.  Evening show time is 7:30PM.  However, please note all Sunday performances are matinees, beginning at 2:30PM.  Doors open one half hour before show time.  Concessions and Entertainment, Inc! merchandise will be available.  Call box office for tickets and reservations information (701) 577-3179.  We look forward to seeing you in our audience. 


Some of the above excerpts were quoted from www.wikipedia.com