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Cedar Springs High School presents “Camelot”

Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 17-19

Students in the picture from left to right are Jared Kelley (Lancelot), Jeff Meinke (King Pellinore), Jenna Johnson (Guinevere), Miles Johnson (Mordred), and Justin Balczak (King Arthur).

Camelot is a timeless epic and classic love story told best by the actors at Cedar Springs High School. Join the Knights of the Round Table, whose honor knows no bounds; watch King Arthur (Justin Balczak) in his rise from an adolescent king who knew nothing without his faithful court wizard Merlyn (Steven Reed), to a king who held no equal amongst all the greatest leaders in history, and ultimately make the hardest decision that would crumble others: Loyalty or Love.  See the secret passion brew between the arrogant and mighty Sir Lancelot (Jared Kelley), and the beautiful and misconstrued Queen Guinevere (Jenna Johnson), and delight in the deviousness of the maleficent Mordred (Miles Johnson) as he plots the fall of Camelot.

The talented cast of Camelot has been working tirelessly to provide a show that not only entertains, but entrances with its wondrous storytelling and acting abilities.  The set was completely student built with the tutelage and guidance of Mr. Justin Harnden; the music and show was grandly directed by Mrs. Linda Martino, with help from senior Kassy Brott; and the whimsical costumes that set the stage with true medieval flair were designed and created by Mrs. Melanie Kirchhoff.

Camelot will be shown this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, March 17, 18, and 19.  Tickets will be sold at the door, or by the cast for $7 each, and seating is at 6:30 p.m. and curtain is at 7:00 p.m.  Come watch and enjoy this fantastic musical legend!

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One Response to “Cedar Springs High School presents “Camelot””

  1. Trisha says:

    I kept looking for information on the Spring production for the past several weeks. I read the post online and I just now read it for the past week and found out that I missed the shows. It would be nice if this would be advertised to the public sooner. I just moved back to Cedar and wanted to see a show again. I guess I’m waiting for the fall now.




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