Tall tales of King Arthur and the Knights
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These campers warm up by the fire during a rehearsal for “Camp Camp-a-Lot.”
These campers warm up by the fire during a rehearsal for “Camp Camp-a-Lot.”
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BRATTLEBORO- New England Youth Theatre presents “Camp Camp-a-Lot,” to be performed from February 10 through the 19 at NEYT, 100 Flat Street.

“Camp Camp-a-Lot” tells an imaginative version of the famous tales of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table as seen through a feminist lens. It was co-written by longtime New England Youth Theatre director Peter Gould in collaboration with the students in the production. The stories unfold as the campers and four counselors guide the audience on a magical journey of strange campfire storytelling, role-playing, special effects, and sudden dancing. “Camp Camp-A-Lot” features wonderful actor-generated content and great young character work.

Find out how ancient Druid magic and the quests for the secret of the Green Knight and the Holy Grail translate into fun.

“Camp Camp-a-Lot” performs February 10 to 19: Fridays at 7 pm, Saturdays at 2 and 7 pm; and Sundays at 2 pm.

Tickets for these performances are $7 for students, $11 for adults, and $10 for seniors.Tickets may be purchased in advance at www.neyt.org, or at the NEYT box office in person, or by phone (802) 246-6398 from 12 to 5 pm, on Wednesdays.

New England Youth Theatre is an accessible theater with accommodations for wheelchairs and assistive listening devices for patrons who are hard of hearing.
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