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Camelot (tv program)

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  • Ocala Civic Theatre 2013-14 season

    Ocala Civic Theatre 2013-14 season
    Musicals and comedies dominate the Ocala Civic Theatre's 2013-14 Signature series and Ovation series. The Signature season will begin Sept. 5 with the musical "Les Miserables." Set in turbulent 1800s France, "Les Miserables" follows the trials and...
  • As 'MacArthur Park' turns 45, Jimmy Webb will play it in that park

    As 'MacArthur Park' turns 45, Jimmy Webb will play it in that park
    Before becoming a widely lauded songwriter, Jimmy Webb was just another aspiring musician living in a dingy Los Angeles apartment. The Oklahoma transplant would wander from his low-rent flat in Silver Lake to a place that would inspire one of his most...
  • 'Annie' at Chesapeake, and a preview of music to come

    At the helm of the Chesapeake Arts Center since last fall, Belinda Fraley Huesman recently announced her intention to offer additional performance dates for diverse groups in Chesapeake's 800-seat main theater and in the previously underused 120-seat...
  • New 'Vikings' promo shows hero's call to change everything

    New 'Vikings' promo shows hero's call to change everything
    History has unleashed another promo for its upcoming drama "Vikings" that shows the main protagonist, Ragnar Lothbrok, who is based on a historical figure from the 8th Century. Any number of legends exist about Ragnar from Old Norse poetry and other...
  • Review: 'Killing Kennedy' is not the stuff of legend

    Among a fleet of documentaries launched on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy comes "Killing Kennedy," a dramatic take with Rob Lowe as the president and Will Rothhaar as Lee Harvey Oswald. Premiering Sunday on National...
  • Busy day in N.Y. is best for Claire Forlani

    Busy day in N.Y. is best for Claire Forlani
    Claire Forlani played Sean Connery's daughter in "The Rock," was Brad Pitt's love interest in "Meet Joe Black" and starred opposite Gary Sinise in "CSI: NY." On the new Starz series "Camelot," the 38-year-old actress reigns supreme as the beautiful and...
  • Amanda Mealing & Philip Winchester talk 'Strike Back'

    Amanda Mealing & Philip Winchester talk 'Strike Back'
    Philip Winchester and Amanda Mealing recognized the strange coincidence Thursday that they were doing press for their series "Strike Back" on the day Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi was killed. In the Cinemax action drama, they play members of a secret...
  • Theadora Van Runkle dies at 83; noted Hollywood costume designer

    Theadora Van Runkle dies at 83; noted Hollywood costume designer
    Hollywood costume designer Theadora Van Runkle, whose influence spanned four decades and a range of movie genres including period pieces like "Bonnie and Clyde" — which earned her the first of three Academy Award nominations — and over-the-top...
  • New 'Camelot' a saga of sex, swords and sorcery

    The timeless legends of King Arthur and Camelot have played to a variety of audiences over the years, ranging from Broadway musical fans in the Lerner and Loewe production "Camelot" to kids and families in the animated Disney hit "The Sword in the Stone"...
  • Philip Winchester's 'Camelot': Leontes, Guinness & Va Va Voom

    Philip Winchester's 'Camelot': Leontes, Guinness & Va Va Voom
    After six episodes of the Starz’ series “Camelot,” I’m still having a hard time believing Guinevere would throw over her hubby, the knight Leontes, for young King Arthur. Leontes is brave, dashing, honorable, and Philip Winchester...
  • In scripted television, fashion rules

    In scripted television, fashion rules
    Television takes the spotlight starting Monday at the upfronts in New York City, when most networks will announce which shows live and die. Many decisions will hinge on issues of substance — ratings and cost and critical acclaim. But no one should...