Camelot Starring Wilson Jermaine Heredia From Broadway's Original Rent
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The last date listed for Camelot was Saturday September 21, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Goldstar Member
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Honestly, this production was rather disappointing--and we ADORE "Camelot"! Aside from the excellent actors who played Arthur, Pellinore, and the knights, the acting was lackluster, the singing below par. The orchestra was hit-and-miss. From the balcony we could see the stage hands prepping the next scene at the rear of the stage! Guinivere's Nanook of the North-meets-Waikiki costume was ridiculous. Even the actors seemed dispirited taking their bows. I have heard this is a fine troupe, so I will try them again. But maybe not a musical!
Quotes & Highlights
- Check out a video preview of the show on YouTube.
- "Can a half-century-old musical about idealism and virtue be made relevant to 21st-century audiences? Based on the production of Camelot at San Francisco Playhouse, the answer is a resounding 'yes!'" --SF Examiner
- "...the other standout is Lancelot's fabulous 'C'est Moi,' where he manages to tell the world of his incomparable greatness without feeling the least bit self-conscious. Heredia owns this song, as, in many ways, he owns the entire production ... squabbling knights, political ineptitude, sword fights and betrayal: perfect summertime entertainment." --SF Theater Blog
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