The Tony-winning classic, with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe, will begin previews Sept. 15 and run through Nov. 6. Alan Souza will direct, with choreography by Sidney Erik Wright and musical direction by Jon Balcourt.
Stanek (Broadway's Lestat, Little Women) will play King Arthur, with Carson (Little Women at the Engeman) as Guenevere and Faubel (Perfect Harmony) as Lancelot.
The principal cast will also include Jeremy Morse (Engeman's My Fair Lady) as Mordred and David Benoit (Avenue Q, Les Miserables on Broadway) as Merlyn/Pellinore.
The ensemble includes Michael Andrako, Michael J. Borges, Melissa Chaty, Kara Deyoe, Evan Flannery, David Garry, Kyle Hines, Kelly Marteney, Jake Odmark, Jared Ross, Chloe Sabin, Joseph Stark, Jackie Washam and Nathan Winkelstein.
Camelot will have scenic design by Todd Edward Ivins, costume coordination by Megan A. Moore, lighting design by Joel E. Silver, sound design by Craig Kaufman and hair-wig design by Mark Adam Rampmeyer.
The 1960 musical Camelot marked the final original stage collaboration between lyricist-librettist Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe. The musical boasts such classics as "If Ever I Would Leave You," "Camelot," "Before I Gaze at You Again" and "I Loved You Once In Silence."
For tickets phone (631) 261-2900 or visit EngemanTheater. The Engeman Theater is located at 250 Main Street in Northport, Long Island.