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Worcester Boys Cast in Upcoming Hanover Theatre Production of Camelot

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

 

The Hanover Theatre has announced that Alex Hill, a third grader from Worcester, and Brayden Moore, a fourth grader from Milford, have been cast as Tom of Warwick in the Worcester engagement of the 2014/15 National Tour of Lerner & Loewe's Camelot at the Hanover Theatre

“It is incredible that so many interested people auditioned for the Tom of Warwick role. We heard from casting at Phoenix Entertainment that it was very difficult to narrow it down, but in the end Brayden and Alex were the top two choices for our Toms. We have a great production heading our way with the national tour of Camelot, and these boys will be a great addition!”said Lisa Condit, Director of Marketing and PR at The Hanover Theatre.

Tom of Warwick is a boy destined to be a knight. Tom wants to fight for what is right and gives Arthur hope for the future. 

Hill and Moore were selected from 33 other boys who submitted audition videos that were evaluated by Camelot's casting director from Phoenix Entertainment. The boys will alternate performances throughout the five show engagement. 

The 2014/15 National Tour of Lerner & Loewe's Camelot reimagines the tale of King Arthur, Guinevere and Lancelot. 

The musical will run from may 8-10 at The Hanover Theatre as part of the 214-15 Broadway Series. 

Tickets to Camelot are $38, $48, $58 and $68 and can be purchased online at Hanover Theatre's website. 

 

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