Maryville High School Fine Arts present “Camelot”

The Maryville High School Fine Arts Department will present “Camelot” with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, original production directed and staged by Moss Hart, and based on “The Once and Future King,” by T.H. White.

Arthur will be played by Dakota Eagle, Merlyn by Calvin Constable, Guenevere by Amanda Short and Lancelot by Evan Headrick.

Other cast members include Sammy Higgs, Pellinore; Tre Slezak, Mordred; Jody Cochran, Morgan le Fey; Jill Pezick, Tom of Warwick; Dylan Nascimbeni, Sir Dinadan; Anthony Cuneo, Sir Lionel; Rob Wilson, Sir Sigramore; Zach Mobius, Squire Dap; Holly Morgan, Lady Anne; Lacey Little, Lady Catherine; Mary Beth Wortham, Lady Sybil; Jeremy Paquette, Guillliam; Ben Young, Congrevance; John Schmidt, Bliant; Jaron Taylor, Castor; Phillip Cooper, Clarius; David Cox, Matt Davis, Brian Frisco and Jordan Queener, heralds; Maria Thomas and Alyssa Ussery, pages; and Molly Hunt as Nimue.

Stage managers are Jordan Young and Kristen Williams.

In the chorus are Gabrielle Sison, Erica Venable, Mollianne Reese, Lizzie Schubert, Jennifer Johnson, Lindsey Newman, Holly Pearce, Krista Fox, Lauren Freeman, Caroline Anglim, Jennifer Braddy, Caitlin Campbell, Leandra Church, Ally Colvin, Laura Hunt, Julienne Mary, Morgan McCammon, Chandler Miller, Jenna Nease, Hannah Parker, Kasi Roach, Ashley Sanders, Megan Webb, Kelsey Wilson, Rebekah Ward, Kristen Amburn, Alisha Crase, Amelia Durand, Olivia Fields, Stephanie Blair, Elizabeth Russell, Phillip Cooper, David Cox, Matt Davis, Brian Frisco, Michael Henry, Jordan Queener, David Smith, John Schmidt, Jaron Taylor and Shannon Herron.

Over 85 students are involved in the cast, chorus, and crew, as well as those managing the stage and lighting. Stage crew and lighting includes Zach Barnhart, Tyler Clendenen, Allen Brady, Terrie Brown, Ashley Sanders, Rebekah Word, Jenna Nease, Delandrea Harris, Matt Miley and Christina Morris.

Performances will be Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 7-9. March 7 and 8 performances are at 7:30 p.m. On Sunday, the matinee will be at 2:30 p.m.

Tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults. Tickets can be purchased in the lobby area of the auditorium during the school day or at the door. All performances will be in the MHS auditorium.

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