Who: MCT Inc.
What: The Missoula Community Theatre Presents Camelot, by Alan Jay Lerner and Fredrick Loewe
When: October 19-21, 24-28, 2012, Wed-Sat Evening 8 p.m.; Sat and Sun Matinee 2 p.m. Evening 6:30 p.m.
Where: MCT Center for the Performing Arts, 200 North Adams Street, Missoula, MT
Tickets: Wednesdays: Tickets $19 adults/$15 children, 18 and under; Thursdays: Tickets $21 All Seats; Fridays: Tickets $21 All Seats; Saturdays: Tickets $17 matinee/$21 evening; Sundays: Tickets $17 Matinee Seats/$19 adults and $15 children, 18 and under, for Evening Show. (Family night discount applied for children, 18 and under, on Wednesday and Sunday evening.)
The Missoula Community Theatre proudly presents Camelot, based on T. H. White’s classic novel, The Once and Future King. Directed by Joe Martinez, Camelot is an icon of the American musical theatre. King Arthur, a pupil of the wise wizard Merlin, weds the lovely Guinevere, knights Lancelot, and forms his round table for justice. Many well-loved songs such as, If Ever I Should Leave You, What Do the Simple Folk Do?, The Lusty Month of May, and How to Handle a Woman are all a part of this beautiful story. “When people hear Camelot,” says Martinez, “they think of King Arthur’s striving for beauty and equality. Our Camelot is much more about the ideals of those pursuits. There are so many elements within that make it real and not fairy tale. I’d like to push Camelot into the realm of more reality.”
Audience Discretion: One of Broadway’s classics. Camelot deals with adult situations and themes, but nothing offensive. Kids over 13 might enjoy this legendary story.
Call the MCT Box Office at (406) 728-7529, open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays and one hour before each performance. Accessibility: For special accommodations, please call. For Media inquires and questions, contact Brian D’Ambrosio, Media Relations Coordinator at MCT: (406) 728-1911 ext 236.