Teen (ages 13-17) $10
Child (ages 5-12) $10
SPECIAL OFFER: Buy one adult ticket and get one teen or child ticket free! Subject to availability. Not valid with other discounts. One free ticket per order.
DATES: September 9 to October 9, 2022
PERFORMANCE TIMES: Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm; Sundays at 2 pm
Note: No Friday performances on Sep 16, 23, and 30.
RUNNING TIME: To be announced
Book and Lyrics by
ALAN JAY LERNER
Original Production Directed and Staged by Moss Hart
Based on The Once and Future King by T.H. White
Book Adapted by David Lee
New Orchestrations by Steve Orich
Music direction by Armando Fox
Choreography by John Butterfield
CCCT opens the season with Lerner and Lowe’s fantastical masterpiece, Camelot, in a specially-adapted eight-person ensemble version by David Lee, with new orchestrations by Steve Orich. An idealistic young King Arthur hopes to create a kingdom built on honor and dignity, embodied by his Knights of The Round Table. His Ideals, however, are tested when his lovely queen, Guenevere, falls in love with the young Knight, Lancelot, and the fate of the kingdom hangs in the balance. Based on The Once and Future King by T.H. White, and featuring a richly romantic score that includes “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “I Loved You Once in Silence,” and the title song.
“The score is pure magic” – New York Times
MEAGAN MARIE (Reveler #1/Mordred/Squire Dap) is thrilled to be back on the stage doing scripted theater for the first time in over a decade and to be cast in her first show at CCCT! Most recently she could be seen performing with her improv group The Middlemen, which formed out of a Leela SF Performing Improv Ensemble. Prior improv experience includes the Advanced Study Program at Upright Citizens Brigade. Previously, Meagan studied English and Theatre at Cornell University where she played Lady Montague in Romeo and Juliet and performed with her improv group, The Whistling Shrimp, after completing her freshman year at NYU Tisch CAP21. Past productions and memorable roles include Luisa in The Fantasticks, Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible, and Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof.
JAMIE STRUBE (Reveler #2/Sir Dinadan) is an actor and singer in the San Francisco Bay Area. Previous credits include u/s for Laura in The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin (San Francisco Playhouse), Shelby in Steel Magnolias (Chanticleers Theatre), Amy in Tape (Expression Productions San Francisco), Stage Kiss (The Other Other Theatre Company), Pint-Sized Plays (PianoFight), as Thomas Cromwell in a staged reading of A Man for all Seasons (Actors Ensemble of Berkeley), in the web sketch comedy series Man Francisco and in the pilot episode of Sketchy Betches. She has trained in the Meisner Technique and the Barrow Group Approach. jamiestrube.com
ADRIA SWAN (Reveler #3/Sir Sagamore)(she/her) is excited to be working at CCCT for the first time! She is a Bay Area-based performer with professional theatre credits throughout the U.S., such as Connecticut Repertory Theatre, Theatre Under the Stars (Texas), and Clinton Area Showboat Theatre (Iowa). She spent two years sailing the globe as a lead vocalist on board Holland America Line cruises. She was last seen in The Sound of Music at the Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley. When not performing, Adria works as a choreographer and teaching artist. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Texas State University.
LILY JACKSON (Reveler #4/Sir Lionel) is thrilled to be making her CCCT debut! A Bay Area native, she received her BA in Theatre from Occidental College and studied at the London Dramatic Academy. Lily is a teaching artist, director, and performer working with schools and theatre companies throughout the Bay, including Berkeley Playhouse, Bay Area Children’s Theatre, Throckmorton Theatre, The Mountain Play, Marin Catholic High School, and Performing Arts Academy of Marin. Favorite credits include Miss Honey in Matilda and Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods (Throckmorton Theatre), and Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls (Marin Musical Theatre Co.).
MELANIE KIBBLER (Reveler #5/Tom)(she/her) is an Oakland-based actor and singer who is thrilled to be returning to the stage. She has previously worked with Insight Cove Theater Company in Berkeley as well as Nothing Special Productions, The Artistic Home, and Babes with Blades in Chicago. Melanie is thrilled to have this opportunity to perform!
ARIEL ANDERSON (Reveler #6/Arthur)(he/him) is born and raised in SF and is thrilled to be joining CCCT on this side of the Bay. He is currently a Junior studying Music and Theater at UC Berkeley. Favorite credits include Callahan in Legally Blonde, Sweeney Todd in Sweeney Todd, and The Witch in Into the Woods. Much love to his family and his partner Samantha.
BRENNA SAMMON (Reveler #7/Guenevere) is thrilled to be joining an incredible team at CCCT! Favorite credits include Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady (Pacifica Spindrift), Julie (u/s) in Carousel (Opera San Luis Obispo), Anne/Cagelle in La Cage Aux Folles (San Jose Playhouse), Rosa Bud in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Foothill Music Theatre); Luisa in The Fantasticks (Tri-Valley Rep); Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Rio Theater), Maureen in Honk! (Shakespeare Santa Cruz); and Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof (Cabrillo Stage). Brenna graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a double major in classical voice and theater. She will next be appearing in Los Altos Stage’s production of Secret Garden as Lilly Craven. Hugs and kisses to Mom, Dad, Ben, and her senior cat Pippin! Website: www.BrennaSammon.com.
COLLETTE ROBERTO (Reveler #8/Lancelot)(she/they) is by day an Education PhD student and by night an enthusiastic and dedicated performer. Collette was Florence in CCCT’s Bright Star, Wicked‘s Elphaba in the Boston College Cabaret Showcase, and The Sorceress in a small cast production of Dido and Aeneas. Collette has performed in semi-professional choirs for more than a decade. Singing in New York, Boston, San Jose, and Berkeley-based groups, Collette has toured domestically and internationally and performed at Carnegie Hall.
Alan Jay Lerner (bookwriter and lyricist) and Frederick Loewe (composer) wrote some of the American theater’s most memorable musicals, including My Fair Lady, Camelot, Brigadoon, Paint Your Wagon, and Gigi. Among their most famous songs are ”Almost Like Being in Love,” ”I Could Have Danced All Night’’ and ”Thank Heaven for Little Girls.” Lerner was born in New York City in 1918 and attended Choate and Harvard. Loewe was born in Berlin in 1901 to Viennese parents, made his piano debut with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra at the age of 13, and came to the United States in 1924. The two met in 1942 at The Lambs Club in New York City when Loewe approached Lerner about collaborating on a show. In 1947, they had their first Broadway hit, Brigadoon, followed in 1951 by a second success with Paint Your Wagon which included such songs as “They Call The Wind Maria,” “I Talk to the Trees” and “Wand’rin’ Star.” In 1956, My Fair Lady, with Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews, opened on Broadway. Often called the “perfect musical,” the show ran for 2,717 performances and the cast album sold more than five million copies. Their 1958 film musical, Gigi, won nine Academy Awards and, in 1960, came the last great success of their partnership, Camelot, starring Richard Burton and Julie Andrews. In 1974, Lerner lured Loewe out of retirement to work on their last venture together: a film version of Antoine de St Exupéry’s The Little Prince. Lerner went on to collaborate with other composers including Burton Lane, Leonard Bernstein, and Andre Previn. He died in 1986 at the age of 67. Loewe died two years later at the age of 86.