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Camelot announces 2007 season

Camelot opens the season with its Second Stage series: "Spotlight on Julie Andrews: a Little Biography and a Lot of Music!" Jan. 12 to 21.

"The Dresser," by Ronald Harwood runs Jan. 31 through Mar. 4.

"Man of La Mancha," with a book by Dale Wasserman, music by Mitch Leigh and lyrics by Joe Darion and runs Mar. 14 through Apr. 15.

Robert Harling's "Steel Magnolias," runs Apr. 25 through May 27. "Spotlight on Julie London!" runs June — through June 10.

"The Spitfire Grill" runs June 20 through July 22, with music by James Valcq and a book and lyrics by Fred Alley.

"Shakespeare in Hollywood" by Ken Ludwig, runs August 8 through Sept. 9.

"Spotlight on Judy Garland" runs Sept. 14 through Sept. 23.

"The Grapes of Wrath" by Frank Galati, from the novel by John Steinbeck runs Oct. — through Nov. 4.

"Spotlight on Doris Day!" runs Nov. 9 through Nov. 18.

"Meet Me in St. Louis," with a book by Hugh Wheeler and songs by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane runs Nov. 28 through Dec. 31.

Spotlight tickets are $16; plays are $10 for previews, $15 for students and seniors and $17 for sdults; musicals are $12 for previews, $17 for students and seniors and $19 for adults.

Call 535-5250 ext. — Mondays through Saturdays from — to 5 p.m. or see . Camelot is located at 101 Talent Ave., Talent.

with its Second Stage series: "Spotlight on Julie Andrews: a Little Biography and a Lot of Music!" Spotlight on Julie Andrews" stars Camelot regular Renee Hewitt and runs Jan. 12 to 21.

Camelot's first main stage show is "The Dresser," running Jan. 31 through Mar. 4. This 'tragicomedy' by Ronald Harwood, the Oscar-winning author of "The Pianist," is a hilarious and heartening tale of a life in the theatre.

Camelot's first musical of the season is "Man of La Mancha," winner of five Tony Awards and The New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, with a book by Dale Wasserman, music by Mitch Leigh and lyrics by Joe Darion and runs Mar. 14 through Apr. 15.

Robert Harling's "Steel Magnolias," runs Apr. 25 through May 27. This funny and touching play is about a group of gossipy Southern ladies in a small-town beauty parlor.

The second of Camelot's Second Stage productions "Spotlight on Julie London!" runs June — through June 10.

Camelot's second musical "The Spitfire Grill" runs June 20 through July 22. With music by James Valcq and a book and lyrics by Fred Alley, "The Spitfire Grill is based on the film by Lee David Zlotoff about a feisty parolee who follows her dreams to a small town in Wisconsin where she finds work at Hannah's Spitfire Grill.

"Shakespeare in Hollywood" by Ken Ludwig, winner of the 2004 Helen Hayes Award for Best New Play, runs August 8 through Sept. 9. It's 1934 and Shakespeare's most famous fairies, Oberon and Puck, have magically materialized on the Warner Bros. Hollywood set of Max Reinhardt's "A Midsummer Night's Dream."

The third of Camelot's Spotlights "Spotlight on Judy Garland" runs Sept. 14 through Sept. 23.

"The Grapes of Wrath" by Frank Galati, from the novel by John Steinbeck was winner of the 1990 Tony Award and Outer Critics Circle Award. It is a powerful and moving stage version of one of America's literary masterpieces and runs Oct. — through Nov. 4.

"Spotlight on Doris Day!" the last of the four Spotlights runs Nov. 9 through Nov. 18.

Camelot closes 2007 with the musical comedy "Meet Me in St. Louis," with a book by Hugh Wheeler and songs by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Running November 28 through Dec. 31, "Meet Me in St. Louis" is based on the MGM motion picture.

Tickets for all Spotlights are $16. Tickets for plays are $10 for previews, $15 for Students Seniors and $17 for Adults. Tickets for musicals are $12 for previews, $17 for Students Seniors and $19 for Adults. To reserve tickets or to request a season brochure, call or visit the Camelot Theatre Company Box Office at 535-5250 ext. — Mondays through Saturdays from — to 5 p.m. Leave your name, address and phone number. See . Camelot Theatre Company is located at the corner of Talent Ave and Main St in Talent.