Camelot returns to the Westchester Broadway Theatre

Westchester County residents have a wonderful cultural resource right here in mid-Westchester.  The Westchester Broadway Theater in Elmsford offers first rate performances year round and as a bonus you can enjoy an excellent meal right from your seat.   The current offering from WBT is Lerner and Loewe’s “Camelot”  which first opened on Broadway in 1960 and ran there for 3 years.

The production which just opened is scheduled to run through April 5th, 2015 is one not to be missed. The lighting, sound, direction and set de011sign are all first rate.  Every seat in the house offers a fine view of the play.  Camelot takes place in England during the time of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table and tells the tale of Arthur, Queen Guinevere, and Lancelot and their love triangle.frank iphone 545

The role of King Arthur is wonderfully performed by Clark Scott Carmichael who has previously been on Broadway in Jumpers, and has had numerous roles on television.  The role of Guinevere is played by Jennifer Hope Wills who has appeared on Broadway in Phantom of the Opera for 4 years,  in Wonderful Town and Beauty and the Beast as well as numerous regional productions.  frank iphone 544

You should make it a point to treat yourself to a great dinner and a fine theatre performance.  With its convenient location right in Westchester, free parking, and capped with Broadway style productions of the highest quality, the Westchester Broadway Theatre is not to be missed

Westchester Broadway Theatre

One Broadway Plaza

Elmsford, New York

914-592-2222

web:  http://www.broadwaytheatre.com

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