‘Camelot’ con­tin­ues at Com­pass Rose Theatre through Jan. 22

Record Observer - - ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT -

AN­NAPO­LIS — “Camelot” con­tin­ues its run at Com­pass Rose Theatre through Jan. 22. On New Year’s Eve per­for­mances will be of­fered at 2 and 8 p.m. A com­pli­men­tary glass of cham­pagne or sparkling cider will be served Dec. 31 to those who cel­e­brate the New Year with the cast of “Camelot.”

Long, long ago, in a mag­i­cal time, life was sim­ple. Drag­ons were real, in­no­cent boys pulled swords from stones. Right was right and wrong was wrong and no one ques­tioned the dif­fer­ence. The leg­end of King Arthur and his young bride Guin­e­vere tells the story of King Arthur and his knights of the Round Ta­ble. The break­ing of the spell of Camelot re­veals the com­plex­ity and the strug­gle when ideal meet re­al­ity. One of the knights, Lancelot, falls in love and the king­dom crum­bles.

Tick­ets are $38, adults; $33, se­niors (65 and older) and mil­i­tary; and $23, stu­dents (with ID) and chil­dren. All tick­ets are gen­eral ad­mis­sion .

If some­one in your party needs spe­cial ac­com­mo­da­tion due to dis­abil­ity (i.e. uses wheel­chair or walker), no­tify the box of­fice in ad­vance at 410-980-6662.

The the­ater is lo­cated at 49 Spa Road, An­napo­lis.

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