These are memorable words from the Broadway show, Camelot. Orchestra Kentucky, South Central Kentucky's only professional, regional orchestra, will bring Lerner & Loewe's classic to life on the stage of the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center on Monday, April 16, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. This is the final concert in the orchestra's 2011-2012 VIP Series.
The 41-member orchestra will be joined by the Orchestra Kentucky Chorale, a 22-voice chorus, and New Yorkers Peter Kendall Clark, Katherine Pracht, and Mark Womack in the roles of King Arthur, Guenevere and Lancelot, respectively. The parts of Mordred and Nimue will be sung by local residents, Jeff Van Wye and Rebecca Fields. Eleven-year old Zachary Martin will play the part of the young "knight"
The concert version of the musical will include limited dialogue and all of the hit songs, including Camelot, I Wonder What the King is Doing Tonight?, The Simple Joys of Maidenhood, Follow Me, C'est Moi, How to Handle a Woman, Before I Gaze at You Again, If Ever I Would Leave You, The Seven Deadly Virtues, What Do the Simple Folk Do?, I Love You Once in Silence, and Guenevere.
Sponsored by the Ervin G. Houchens Foundation
Co-sponsored by Geoff & Kathy Palmer
VIP Series sponsored by the Haskins Foundation
Tickets starting at just $10!
For tickets to both concerts, call (270) 846-2426 or go online.