Casa Maņana's Camelot, Featuring Bradley Dean, Nili Bassman and Josh Tower, Begins March 2

By Adam Hetrick
March 2, 2013

Bradley Dean, Nili Bassman and Josh Tower star in the Casa Mañana production of the Tony Award-winning 1960 Lerner and Loewe classic Camelot, which is being presented in a modern, multi-racial staging by director Gabriel Barre, beginning March 2 in Fort Worth, TX.



Barre (Cinderella, The Wild Party) directs and choreographs the production that runs through March 10. Camelot has book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe.

Dean (Evita, A Little Night Music) portrays King Arthur, with Bassman (Curtains, Chicago, A Chorus Line) as Guenevere and Tower (Ragtime, The Lion King) as Lancelot. Principal casting also includes Keith Merrill as Mordred, David Coffee as Pellinore and Clayton Slee as Tom/Merlyn.

The ensemble includes Constanza Aileen, Duke Anderson, Jennifer Boswell, Jonathan Bragg, Brendan Cyrus, Christopher J. Deaton, Maurice Johnson, Amanda Martinez, Mary McElree and Alyssa Robbins.

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."

The creative team also includes music director Eddy Robinson, costume designer Tammy Spencer, lighting designer Samuel Rushen and sound designer Jonathan "JP" Parke.

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