Camelot and the idealism of King Arthur’s Round Table provide an ideal opportunity to explore America today. The constant appeal of this musical and the images it conjures will be explored in this morning long symposium.

Panels:

Reflecting on the ‘Golden Age’ of Broadway
featuring Vulture and New York Magazine Theatre Critic and stage director Sara Holdren, STC’s Guenevere Alexandra Silber and Library of Congress Senior Music Specialist Mark Horowitz

Camelot as the Political Dream
featuring Director Alan Paul, Professor of History at Georgetown University and Editor of Dissent magazine Michael Kazin and Assistant Professor of Literature at American University Kathleen Smith.

Coffee and breakfast included! 



AsidesLIVE Symposium

June 03

Sidney Harman Hall: ForumRomancing Lerner & Loewe's
Camelot
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
$10 General Admission, $5 Students
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