Camelot, With Robert Petkoff, Tony Sheldon and Margaret Loesser Robinson, Rides Into Houston Jan. 22
By Adam Hetrick
Robert Petkoff, Margaret Loesser Robinson and Sean MacLaughlin complete the royal love triangle of Lerner and Loewe's Camelot, which begins performances Jan. 22 at Houston's Theatre Under The Stars. Tony Award nominee Tony Sheldon is also part of the cast.
Richard Stafford directs and choreographs the Tony Award-winning 1960 musical that has book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe. Camelot boasts such classics as "If Ever I Would Leave You," "Camelot," "Before I Gaze at You Again" and "I Loved You Once In Silence." Performances run through Feb. 3.
Petkoff (Fiddler on the Roof) portrays King Arthur, with Robinson (Man and Superman) as Guenevere and MacLaughlin (Phantom of the Opera) as Lancelot. Sheldon (Priscilla Queen of the Desert) plays Pellinore.
The cast also features Charles Krohn as Merlin, Adam Shonkwiler as Mordred and Scott Fonseka and Ashton Lambert, alternating in the role of Tom of Warwick.
The ensemble is completed by Michael Andrako, Blaire Baker, Karolina Blonski, Mark Donaldson, Preston Ellis, Sean Ewing, Rob Flebbe, David Grant, Laura Elizabeth Henning, Julia Krohn, Alexander Levin, Leisa Mather, Molly Mustonen, Natalie Newman, Patricia Noonan, Ian Parmenter, Jonathan Stahl, Shannon Lea Smith, Danny Dyer, Katelyn Johnson and Cole Ryden.
Eddy Robinson serves as the musical director and conductor. The creative team also includes sound designer Kit Bond and lighting designer Richard Winkler.
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