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'Camelot' Makes a Grand Opener for New Theater

By Ivan M. Lincoln
Deseret News, 27 May 1991, page C7

Article Summary:

The Grand Theatre's grand opening production was Lerner and Loewe's "Camelot", featuring Robert Peterson as King Arthur.  Peterson joined the chorus of the original "Camelot" on Broadway over 30 years ago, then later took on the roles of Lancelot and Arthur.

"...to borrow the lyrics from another great Broadway team (Rodgers and Hammerstein), an evening at this show is, indeed, 'a grand night for singing.' The cast for this timeless favorite is a mix of professional, semi-professional and student talent...  While the good folks of Camelot may be wondering 'what the King is doing tonight' - what you should be doing tonight is ordering tickets for the remaining performances of 'Camelot.'"