WILMINGTON — Theater enthusiasts are invited to fall in love all over again with Broadway’s sweeping tale of passion, chivalry, and betrayal.
Performances of the musical “Camelot” continue today and the next two weekends at Wilmington’s Opera House Theatre Company.
Performances are scheduled for this afternoon at 3 p.m., Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. each day, July 16 at 3 p.m.; July 21 and July 22 at 8 p.m. each dayand on July 23 at 3 p.m.
All performances are on the main stage of Thalian Hall, located at 310 Chestnut St., Wilmington.
Based on the novel “The Once and Future King,” a retelling of the King Arthur legend by T.H. White, the book and lyrics are by Alan Jay Lerner and music is by Frederick Loewe.
Insisting that might for right will be the law of his land, King Arthur and his new queen, Guinevere, create a realm where idealism can flourish even in the Dark Ages. Their kingdom attracts the bravest and most gallant knights to court, including the dashing Lancelot du Lac — launching the most fabled love triangle of all time.
Individual tickets are on sale for $32 at the Center Box Office by calling 910-632-2285 or by visiting: thalianhall.org.
The box office is open for in person and telephone sales Monday through Saturday from 2 until 6 p.m., and is open for in person sales two hours before each performance.
Thalian Hall adds an additional $2 charge per ticket, and all tickets are subject to North Carolina sales tax.
Two subscriber tickets for the season are $320 plus $10 Thalian Hall ticket fee plus $23.10 NC sales tax, for a total of $353.10. Additional season packages are available.
For information, visit operahousetheatrecompany.net.