Lerner and Loewe’s

Dates: August 16 – 26

Run Time:
2 Hours and 45 Minutes
Ages: 12 and up

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For the 2023 Season, the First Wednesday Matinee performance will be moved to the First Thursday Matinee.

Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner

Music by Frederick Loewe

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

Show Summary

The legendary love triangle of King Arthur, Guenevere and Sir Lancelot leaps from the pages of T.H. White’s novel in Lerner and Loewe’s award-winning, soaring musical.

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. Borrowing from the Arthurian legends, Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot is a fantastical masterpiece which triumphed on Broadway in a legendary original production that led to a film version, and numerous revivals across the globe.

Camelot features a rich score boasting such gemsas “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “I Loved You Once in Silence,” “The Lusty Month of May,” and of course, “Camelot.”

Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International(MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI 

Jonathan Burke
'Arthur/Reveler #6'

Broadway: The Inheritance (Tony Award – Best Play); Choir Boy; Tuck Everlasting. Off-Broadway: Love + Science (NY City Center Stage II); Patience (Second Stage); Toni Stone (Roundabout); Joan of Arc: Into the Fire (Public); Langston in Harlem (Urban Stages). Tours: Mary Poppins; A Christmas Story: The Musical; Joseph…; Cats. Select Regional: Berkeley Rep, Goodspeed, Eugene O’Neill, Muny, Syracuse Stage, Portland Center Stage, Baltimore Center Stage, Studio Theatre, Virginia Stage Company, Hangar Theatre. TV: “Harlem” (Prime Video); “New Amsterdam” (NBC); “Only Murders in the Building” (Hulu); “Bridge and Tunnel” (EPIX). Film: Noah’s Arc: The ‘Rona Chronicles. Co-creator of @notlookingtheseries
. BFA, Ithaca College. Facebook: Jonathan Burke. Twitter: @itsjonburke. Instagram: @itsjonathanburke.

Karl Josef Co
'Lancelot/Reveler #8'

Karl Josef Co is excited to make his Cape Playhouse debut! Karl was most recently seen as Louie in the NBC heist drama, “The Endgame”. He played Monty in A Gentleman’s Guide on Broadway On Demand that raised $30K benefiting Stop AAPI Hate. Recent credits include: Hichens in Unsinkable Molly Brown (Transport Group), Sky in Mamma Mia! (TUTS), Cinderella’s Prince in Into The Woods (Prospect Theater / NAAP), Fisherman / American Admiral in Pacific Overtures (Classic Stage). TV: “Madam Secretary” (CBS), “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (Netflix), “Unforgettable” (CBS). Graduate of the University of Michigan. Represented by Buchwald. @karljosefco

Lissa deGuzman
'Guenevere/Reveler #7'

Lissa deGuzman is thrilled to be making her Cape Playhouse debut after finishing Legally Blonde as Vivienne at KC Starlight. Broadway: King Kong, Aladdin. National Tour: Wicked (Elphaba), Aladdin (Jasmine). Regional: The 5th Avenue Theatre (Bliss), the MUNY (Fiddler on the Roof), Goodspeed Opera House (Chasing Rainbows), Studio Tenn (West Side Story, Les Miserables). BFA, Belmont University. Endless love and gratitude to DGRW, my wonderful family, and my incredible friends. Salamat! @lissadeguz

Glenn Girón
'Dinadan/Reveler #2'

Glenn is an NYC-based performer, director/choreographer, and arts administrator hailing from Santa Fe, New Mexico.Select credits include: Spamalot Nat’l Tour (Patsy), A Funny Thing…Forum (Protean) at Bay Street Theater with the great Peter Scolari, CATS (Mungojerrie) at Arizona Broadway Theater, as well as My Fair Lady, George M!, 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, Anything Goes, Swing!, and The Who’s Tommy in regional theaters around the US. Glenn was introduced to theater through NDI New Mexico, an arts outreach organization serving children and teens and owes immense gratitude to the people who poured themselves into that place.Thank you to my family and “The Pack” for your love and support! Thank you to Josh Walden, Hunter Foster, and Murnane Casting for asking me to come play! And thank you to the cast, crew, and staff here at The Cape Playhouse, and you the audience for supporting live theater! GlennGiron.com

Kiani Nelson
'Sagramore/Reveler #3'

Kiani is beyond thrilled to be performing alongside this amazing cast of Camelot! Past credits include The Wiz, Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Fulton Theatre), Gypsy, and Chicago (Arizona Broadway Theatre). Huge thanks to her team over at Avalon Artists Group, and to the lovely Josh Walden, whom she would follow into battle.

George Pearson Roberts
'Mordred/Squire Dap/Reveler #1'

The Wedding Singer (Gateway Playhouse);Chicken & Biscuits (Crossroads Theatre Company); A Christmas Carol, Nick’s Flamingo Grill (Alliance Theatre); Aida (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); Smokey Joe’s Café (Stage Door Players); The Color Purple (La Comedia Dinner Theatre); Hairspray (Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre). Education: BFA Music Theatre from Elon University . Infinite love and Gratitude to Mother God, Mom (Ovella), Dad (Kenny), Sisters (Akilah, Anita, Samira), grandparents, Brian, extended family and friends.

Antonia Vivino
'Tom/Reveler #5'

Antonia is thrilled to be making her Cape Playhouse debut! Currently based in NYC, Antonia has performed regionally in both New York and California. She landed her first National Tour out of High School in 2017 in Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer, and has worked professionally since. Credits include Footloose The REV (Wendy Jo), Heathers Studio Collective (Veronica), The Music Man 5-Star Theatricals (Zaneeta), West Side Story 5-Star Theatricals (Anybody’s), Beauty and the Beast La Mirada Theatre (Silly Girl), and Frozen Live: at the Hyperion DisneyLand (Young Anna/Elsa). Back in 2020, Antonia had the unique opportunity to work alongside Secret Cinema & Netflix in the “Stranger Things” Immersive Experience as Eleven in Los Angeles, CA. Stay up to date on Antonia on Instagram: @antoniavivino
& Website: www.antonia-vivino.com. So much love and thanks to Mom & Dad, Natalia, Joel, family, and friends!

Ryan Bauer-Walsh
'Lionel/Reveler #4'

Ryan is thrilled to be back on stage making their debut at the Cape Playhouse.
Credits include; BILLY ELLIOT (1st National Tour), ENCORES! The Most Happy Fella, and regional productions of Les Miserables, Miss Saigon, ZORRO! TOMMY! LMNOP, PIRATES! and many others. Ryan originated the role of Pietro in Death For Five Voices off-Broadway and they can be seen on HBO’s “The Deuce”. Voice Over Credits include: Anime features, commercials and the English dubbing of many television shows. Ryan is also an accomplished painter as well as the creator of The Rainbow Lullaby; The World’s First Lullaby Album for LGBTQ+ families. Their clothing line; Banana Duck, can be found at tinpin.com
. Ryan is also one half of The Ameriqueer Podcast. @Ryan.Bauer.Walsh

Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe
'Book, Music, and Lyrics'

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 attendedChoate 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.


David Lee
'Updated Book'

David regularly directs/writes for major regional theaters that have included the LA Opera, Pasadena Playhouse, Two River Theater, Papermill Playhouse, Williamstown Theater Festival, Encores, Reprise, and the Hollywood Bowl.A 9-time Emmy Award winning director, writer, and producer for television, he was co-creator/executive producer/writer/director of “Wings” and “Frasier”, a writer/producer for “Cheers” and a director for “Everybody Loves Raymond.”19 Emmy nominations, winner of the Directors Guild Award, Golden Globe, Producers Guild Award, Ovation Award, British Comedy Award, Television Critics Association Award (three times), the Humanitas Prize (twice), and the Peabody.

Josh Walden

Josh (they/them) was the Associate Director/Associate Choreographer for the Tony Nominated Broadway Revival of Ragtime and was a choreographer for Disney+’s Encore.Director/Choreographer credits include Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Fulton Theatre), The Full Monty (Transcendence Theatre Company), Head Over Heels (Theatre SilCo), 42nd Street (Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre), A Chorus Line (Maltz Jupiter Theatre), Legally Blonde (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse), On the Town (Capital City Theatre) and Fallen Angel (New York International Fringe Festival).Other Choreographer credits include productions at the Kennedy Center, Drury Lane Theatre, The Muny, Sacramento Music Circus, Signature Theatre, Olney Theatre Center, Gateway Playhouse and Des Moines Metro Opera.As a performer, they were seen on Broadway in 42nd Street, La Cage aux Folles, A Chorus Line and Ragtime and Off-Broadway in Cagney, Seussical and The Awesome 80’s Prom.Josh graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. www.thejoshwalden.com @thejoshwalden

Dan Pardo
'Music Director'

Dan is so happy to be back at the Cape Playhouse to conduct his first Lerner and Loewe score, after last season’s beautiful production of The Fantasticks. A NYC-based pianist, music director, and arranger, Dan made his Broadway debut in 2015 with Amazing Grace at the Nederlander and has worked off-Broadway at St. Clement’s, the York, New Ohio, Lucille Lortel, and St. Luke’s, in addition to numerous cabarets, concerts, and workshop productions. Regional favorites include Company (Barrington Stage), Fun Home (Weston), How to Succeed (5th Avenue Theatre), Alice (Yale), and A Connecticut Christmas Carol at Goodspeed Musicals, where Dan was on staff for three seasons. Also, “John Mulaney and the Sack Lunch Bunch”, for Netflix. Many thanks to the cast and creative team; love to Chrissy.


Kristin Martino
'Scenic Designer'

Kristin is excited to be a part of her first season at The Cape Playhouse. Kristen’s work has been seen on stages in the Chicago area such as Drury Lane Theatre, The Goodman, Porchlight Music Theatre, and Music Theatre Works and she has also designed shows at theatres across the country including Gulfshore Playhouse, Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre, Cardinal Stage Company, and Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre. Kristen is currently the Assistant Professor of Scenic Design at University of South Florida. Kristen has spent the last several years as an Associate Scenic Designer in the Chicago area which has given her the opportunity to work on museum exhibits, circus performances, and theatrical productions internationally including the 2020 West End production of The Prince of Egypt. Kristen is the recipient of the 2022 USITT Rising Star Award. www.kristenmartino.com


Jaron Hermansen
'Lighting Designer'

Jaron is the current resident Lighting & Projections Designer for Hale Centre Theatre in Salt Lake City, Utah. Credits there include The Little Mermaid, Titanic, Les Miserables; Heis the former Resident Lighting Designer for The Cape Playhouse, credits include Little Shop of Horrors, Deathtrap, Clue, Art, and Red. Other credits include; Elf, Flashdance, Wizard of Oz (Arizona Broadway Theater, Arizona) From on High (Oddknock Productions, Colorado) He sits on the Board of Directors for the Intermountain Desert Region of USITT. He is a recipient of Broadway World’s Best Regional Lighting Design, the Gertrude Lawrence Award and is a nominee for USITT’s Rising Star Award & the 40 Under 40 In Lighting award

Jacob Levitin
Sound Designer and Sound Engineer

Jacob has been living and breathing sound and
music for as long as he can remember. Selected credits include Islander, Fiddler on
the Roof in Yiddish
, and Dog Man, the Musical (off Broadway), Buddy Holly Story
(National tour), and multiple Broadway and touring shows as a music technology
specialist with Midiomatic LLC and KeyboardTEK. Jake’s very excited to be back
at Cape Playhouse! Some of his original music and visual work can be found on

Gail Baldoni
Costume Designer

NYC credits include The New York Philharmonic’s My Fair Lady, Wonderful Town at New York City Opera and an Emmy nomination for NBC’s Another World.Film: Mermaids, starring Cher and The Boy in the Bathtub. Numerous shows for Papermill Playhouse, The Goodspeed Opera, The Ahmanson Theater, North Shore Music Theatre, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, and The Boston Ballet13 Off-Broadway shows to date. Favorite projects are The Rockette’s Christmas Show, Disney on Ice and The Ringling Bros. Circus. Gail is currently teaching at SUNY Purchase. 28 Cape Playhouse productions since 2004: South Pacific, Spelling Bee, The Music Man, 1776 and Gypsy.


Bobbie Zlotnik
'Assistant Stage Manager'

Off-Broadway; Emojiland (Drama Desk
Nom.), Fairycakes, Mornings At Seven, The Book of Merman, Drop Dead Perfect,
Disenchanted, Forbidden Broadway, Bed Bugs!!!
, and many more. National Tours;
On Your Feet, Emojiland, Cocomelon LIVE. PCPA; Pride and Prejudice, Hairspray,
The Two Gentlemen of Verona, My Fairytale, Caroline or Change
. The Lex; The
Little Mermaid, Newsies, Music Man
. Gulfshore Playhouse: Barefoot In The Park,
Steel Magnolias, The 39 Steps
. Park Playhouse; Matilda, Ain’t Misbehavin’.
Penguin Rep: The Virtuous Life of Joseph Andrews, Souvenir. Syracuse Stage:
Tender Rain, Our Town. Tuacahn: Wonderland. Bucks County Playhouse; Evita.
PCLO; Godspell. Hangar Theatre; Kinky Boots. Theatre By The Sea; Love And
Other Fables
. Film/TV; “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”, “The Gilded Age”, “A Holiday
Spectacular”,” Halston”, “Getting Curious With Jonathan Van Ness”.


Robb Hunter
'Fight Director'

Robb is excited and honored to be embarking with the amazing team at the Cape Playhouse on this magical journey to Camelot! Robb is a proud member of SDC, AEA and SAG/AFTRA and is one of only twenty artists to have been awarded the title of Fight Master by the Society of American Fight Directors. He has choreographed for many theatres all along the East Coast including The Shakespeare Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Huntington Theatre, Chekhov Theatre Ensemble, Black Spectrum Theatre, Theatre Harlem, The Washington National Opera, Arena Stage, Woolly Mammoth, The Studio Theatre, Signature Theatre, Ford’s Theatre and Olney Theatre to name a few. In his hometown of Washington D.C. he is the combat instructor for The Shakespeare Theatre’s Academy for Classical Acting and is Choreographer in Residence at American University.


Cesar Mendoza
'Associate Director'

Originally from Texas, Cesar is an educator and performer. Cesar is enthusiastic to assist with this production of Camelot! Most recently, he assistant directed Head Over Heels at Theatre SilCo. Select performance credits include: Lotería (Kris, Theatre SilCo), Tomas and the Library Lady (Tomas, LDTC), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Ensemble, LDTC), Xanadu (Euterpe, LDTC), Saturday Night Fever (Gabriel, DDP). Cesar would like to thank Josh Walden and The Cape Playhouse for this unbelievable opportunity!


Arthur Atkinson
'Production Stage Manager'

Arthur Atkinson (Production Stage Manager: Ain’t Misbehavin’, Jersey Boys, Camelot) is thrilled to return to the Cape Playhouse for a second season! Recent Off-Broadway: God of Carnage (Theatre Breaking Through Barriers), Becomes a Woman (Mint Theater), The Year of Magical Thinking (Keen Company), Liz Swados’s Nightclub Cantata (Cell Theatre), Cagney – The Musical; many shows at the Irish Repertory Theatre, York Theatre, The Directors Company, Fellowship for Performing Arts, et al. Toured internationally in Fiddler on the Roof starring Topol, then Harvey Fierstein and Theodore Bikel. A proud member of Actors Equity Association. Love to Lisa!

Dan Pardo
Music Director/Keyboard

Arthur Bakopolus

Jared Holaday

Greg Holt

David Rufino
French Horn

Tessa Sacramone

Elizabeth Schultz

Greg Simonds


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Murnane Casting is a boutique casting office in New York City, led by founder Chad Eric Murnane. We specialize in casting theatre, film, and television projects nationwide, with a focus on developing new works with emerging creators. Our mission is to curate exceptional ensembles of artists, champion underrepresented and untapped talent, and facilitate a collaborative and relaxed casting experience. At Murnane Casting, our clients enjoy ongoing support from a team invested in the success of their projects. We believe that every project deserves the best, and we are here to make sure you get it. Learn more at www.murnanecasting.com.

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