Mac-Haydn Theatre begins its 51st season with Lerner and Lowe’s landmark musical Camelot. The musical was one of John Kennedy’s favorites, particularly the last song when Arthur instructs a young boy, “Don’t let it be forgot.,That once there was a spot, For one brief shining moment, That was known as Camelot”
Bob and I had seen the original production in New York. Richard Burton and Julie Andrews were no longer in the cast at that point. Robert Goulet still was. To be honest, we liked the Mac-Haydn production better. Camelot is running Wednesday to Sunday until June 2. You don’t want to miss it.
After clicking on the link below and listening to our discussion, you can click on the link to the theatre below or call 518-392-9292 for tickets.