By Alan Lerner and Frederick Loewe

Directed by Scott LaBelle; Musical Direction by William Busch

Once in a great while there exists a special place, a place that captures the imagination, a place that symbolizes the hope that burns in every soul. Such a place is Camelot. Set amidst the splendor and majesty of Medieval England, Camelot tells the tale of King Arthur, the lovely Queen Guenevere, the noble Sir Lancelot and the Knights of the Round Table. It's a tale filled with intrigue, humor, courage, sorcery, romance. It is told with sumptuous sets, splendid costumes, bright and lively dances, and one of the most magnificent musical scores ever to be heard on a Broadway stage. From the creators of My Fair Lady, Camelot has come to represent goodness and truth, hope and idealism for millions of theater-goers everywhere.

Produced by Madison Theatre Guild at Madison West High School.

Performance Dates: June 15-24, 2000

June 15
7 pm
June 16
7 pm
June 17
7 pm
June 22
7 pm
June 23
7 pm
June 24
7 pm

Ticket are $12 adults, $11 students and seniors. Thursday night special: Buy one ticket, get the second ticket at half price.

Call 608-238-9322 for information or reservations.