ARTS
6:14 pm
Tue November 26, 2013

New Repertory Theatre Conjures Camelot

Benjamin Evett, left, plays King Arthur; and Dashiell Evett, right, plays Tom of Warwick, in the New Repertory Theatre's production of "Camelot."
Credit Courtesy of New Repertory Theatre

With the recent 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy, there’s also been a lot of discussion about the myth of Camelot: how the legendary tales of King Arthur became a metaphor for the Kennedy era.  Now New Repertory Theatre is reacquainting us with the classic Camelot musical.

GUESTS

  • WGBH News arts editor Jared Bowen, who attended the opening.
  • Boston University professor Thomas Whalen, who participated in a panel discussion this week on the legacy of JFK.

See "Camelot" at the New Repertory Theatre through Dec. 22.

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