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2014 Broadway Season Change at TPAC: Evita is out, Camelot in


Due to scheduling conflicts, Evita has been canceled this season, and winner of 4 Tony awards, Camelot will play a one-week run in TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall from November 4-9, 2014, the same dates for which EVITA was scheduled.

Camelot brings us the story of King Authur, Queen Guenevere, and her lover, Lancelot, King Arthur’s most trusted knight. King Arthur embarks on a new journey to bring peace to Camelot with his ideas of a Knight’s table, but trouble ensues when his wife falls in love with his closest ally. King Arthur’s illegitimate son catches wind of the betrayal and exploits his opportunity to destroy Camelot, and satisfy his drive for revenge against his father that doesn’t claim him.Will King Aurthur lose his beloved Guenevere to Lancelot? Will his son take down his kingdom and destroy all that is Camelot?

Kathleen O’Brien, TPAC president and chief executive officer tells us, “This new production of Camelot was something which we had been keeping an eye on, and we’re excited to be able to bring it to our audiences earlier than expected.”

New York Times calls Camelot, “a suberb score combines lyrical simplicity with a lush romanticism, beautifully captured in numbers like I Loved You Once in Silence and If Ever I Would Leave You.”

For more information about Camelot, or to order your tickets, please click here.