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2014 Kennedy Center Spring Gala: Camelot in Concert (uncredited)

2014 Kennedy Center Spring Gala: Camelot in Concert

For its 22nd annual Spring Gala, the Kennedy Center will salute the more than 13 year tenure of Kennedy Center president Michael M. Kaiser with Camelot in Concert.

  • Sun., May 4, 2014, 8:00 PM
  • Concert Hall
  • 1 hour, 45 minutes
  • $45.00 - $160.00
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For its 22nd annual Spring Gala, the Kennedy Center will salute the more than 13 year tenure of Kennedy Center president Michael M. Kaiser with Camelot in Concert starring Olivier Award winner Laura Michelle Kelly as Guenevere, Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell as King Arthur, Ryan Silverman as Lancelot, Josh Grisetti as Mordred, and Tony Sheldon as Pellinore and Merlyn with the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gala Music Director James Moore. This one-time-only concert staging of the famed 1960 musical, with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe, is adapted, directed and choreographed by Tony Award(r) nominee Marcia Milgrom Dodge. With this concert, Camelot makes its Kennedy Center debut. 

The co-chairs of the 2014 Spring Gala are Katherine and David Bradley; Tim Keating, Senior Vice President, Government Operations, The Boeing Company; and Laysha Ward, President, Target Community Relations.

Performance Timing: Part One - 60 min.; Intermission - 15 min.; Part Two - 30 min.

Patron Note: For information about the Special Event portion of the Spring Gala, including a dinner and reception, please call (202) 416-8338, or visit our Spring Gala Special Events page. Information is also available via e-mail at springgala@kennedy-center.org.

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