King Arthur: Ken Clark
Guenevere: Alexandra Silber
Lancelot: Nick Fitzer
Mordred: Patrick Vaill
King Pellinore: Floyd King
Merlyn: Ted van Greithuysen
Sir Dinadan: Mark Banik
Sir Sagramore: Brandon Bieber
Sir Lionel: Paul Victor
Dap: Ben Gunderson
Child: Trinity Sky Deabreu
Nimue: Melissa Wimbish
Ensemble: Michael Bingham, Veronica Burt, Chadae, Frankie Shinn, Jennifer Cordiner, Casey Wenger-Schulman, Bridget Riley, Julio Catano-Yee, Eleanor Todd (Swing), Kyle Laing (Swing)

Creative Team:
Choreographer:  Michele Lynch
Musical Director: James Cunningham
Fight Choreographer: David Leong
Set Designer: Walt Spangler
Costume Designer: Ana Kuzmanic
Lighting Designer: Robert Wierzel
Sound Designer: Ken Travis
New Incidental Music: Michael Dansicker
Creative Consultant: Peter Duchan
Casting Director: Laura Stanczyk / Carter Wooddell

Played at The Shakespeare Theatre Company from May 22nd through July 8th, 2018.


A smartly handled Camelot that allows us to think about the goodwill and ideas that a great leader can spread — and to hope for times of happily-ever-aftering yet to come
— Peter Marks, The Washington Post
Director Alan Paul is bringing Lerner and Loewe’s CAMELOT to a new generation, and his efforts couldn’t be timelier. This stunning Shakespeare Theatre Company production at Sidney Harman Hall is a beacon of light in a city besieged by political unrest and uncertainty.
— Evann Normandin, Broadway World
The director has a gift for mining the books of Broadway musicals for their political subtexts and bringing these implications to the surface where they enrich and enlarge our experience.
— Geoffrey Melada, DC Metro Theatre Arts
In a divisive political climate, Washington’s Shakespeare Theatre Company has decided to
revisit the lessons of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table through a majestic production of Camelot, powered by strong voices and grounded in humanity rather than pageantry.
— Susan Berlin, Talkin’ Broadway
Paul and the production company has transformed a tired theatrical chestnut of history and placed it well within the entertaining and enjoyable grasp of the masses, and it’s all done subtly and with an exceptional handle on the pacing and cuts made along the way
— Theatre Bloom


Photos by Scott Suchman