by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe
adapted and directed by Charlotte Moore
musical direction by Mark Hartman
choreography by Kelli Barclay
Monday, June 6, 2011 at 7:00 pm
followed by dinner at Sardi’s
Jeremy Irons, Melissa Errico, James Barbour, Brian Murray (The Importance of Being Earnest), Victoria Mallory, Josh Grisetti, Ciarán Sheehan, Jacob Clemente (Billy Elliot), KT Sullivan, Christopher Lynn, James A. Stephens, Dewey Caddell and Rory Duffy, with narration by Ciarán O’Reilly
Camelot — the beloved Lerner and Loewe musical that defined an age. With its lush romantic score that soars above the legendary tale of idealism, passion and betrayal. King Arthur has created a utopian land of chivalry and civil rule. But when his beloved Queen Guenevere and Sir Lancelot, his most trusted knight, succumb to their passion for one another, he faces a terrible dilemma that will rock his kingdom to its very core.
The Night — So are you wondering what the king is doing tonight? He’s here! He’s at the Shubert Theatre joined by Guenevere, Lancelot and a Kingdom of Broadway’s exquisite artists, accompanied by full orchestra and a chorus of fifty.
Don’t let it be forgot: “That once there was a spot, For one brief shining moment that was known, As Camelot”
“I was there for Brigadoon…I left the Shubert feeling blessed and privileged, and I knew many of my friends would feel envious when I described what I had seen.”
Ben Brantley of The New York Times, about last year’s Benefit Gala
The King’s Court
Michael A. Alden, Anthony Aloise, Sean Bell, Jason Blaine, Dayna Bowers, Bill Brooks, Susan Burcham, Sean Casserly, Matt Castle, Kerry Conte, Sarah Cooney, Dashira Cortes, Mike Cruz, Dan Debenport, Scott Denny, Natalie Douglas, Beth Eunice, Katie Fabel, Bonnie Fraser, Frank Galgano, Stephanie Granade, Rita Harvey, Katharine Heaton, Robyn Elizabeth Lee, AJ Irvin, Danny Katz, Matt Leahy, David Levinson, Harold Lewter, John Anthony Lopez, Michael Jennings Mahoney, Alyssa Malgeri, Gregory McDonald, Helen McTernan, Brian J. Nash, Mary Orzano, Georga Osborne, Marcie Passley, Robyn Payne, Lisa Riegel, Shanna Sharp, Becca Shimkin, Emily Skeggs, Sami Skow, Ryan Speakman, Tom Stajmiger, Laura Beth Wells, Kevin B. Winebold, Darryl Winslow, Jennifer Wren
Flute/Piccolo: Jeff Schiller; Oboe/English Horn: Leslie Godfrey; Clarinet: Ed Nishimura;
Bb Clarinet/Eb Clarinet/Flute: Joseph d’Auguste; Bassoon: Jeremy Clayton; Horn I: RJ Kelley; Horn II: Eric C. Davis;
Horn III: Benjamin Brody; Trumpet I: Tim Wendt; Trumpet II: Colin Brigstocke; Trumpet III: Jason Wiseman;
Trombone I: Lane Schneier; Trombone II: Nadav Nirenberg; Percussion: Joe Choroszewski;
Guitar/Lute/Mandolin: Nicholas DiFabbio; Harp: Karen Lindquist; Violin I: Blair Lawhead (Concertmaster), Kate Light, Antonia Nelson, Jessica Nelson; Violin II: Kiku Enomoto, Una Tone, Chris Marchant; Viola: David Cerruti, Armand Alpyspaev; Cello: Melanie Mason, Allison Seidner; Bass: Steve Millhouse
Single Performance-Only Tickets: $100 – $300
Dinner and Theatre Packages available, starting at $750 for a single seat.