A big thank you to Kay Pickup for her hard work chairing the event and organizing a great team of volunteers. Special thanks also go out to Ginger Bruder for her research and writing of the narrative. We all learned that the medieval characters of Camelot were a bawdy, interesting group, especially King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table!
We'd like to thank our cast for volunteering their time (and money for costumes) to play the following characters:
King Arthur - Steve Zemper
Merlin – Lenny Wojtyna
Friar – Pat Pickup
Sir Dagonet – Mike Cullen
Sir Lancelot – Bob Moore
Sir Percival – Gary Smith
Sir Galahad – Kevin Murray
Sir Bors the Younger – John Quackenbush
Sir Kay – Tim Ogger
Sir Geraint – Walt Rochowiak
Sir Mordred – Ryan Wojtyna
Queen Guinevere – Michelle Gueli
Morgan le Fay – Rosanne Ogger
Lady of the Lake – Jeannette Quackenbush
Elaine of Corbenic – Marie Keehl
Isolt- Joyce Rochowiak
Elaine of Astolat – Janice Eaton
Morgause - Sue Banners
Lynette – Dianne Cullen
And thanks also to our humble narrator, Dave Parrott.
Great job, everyone! Take a bow.
Following the marriage of King Arthur and Guinevere, we all celebrated with a wedding feast that might have been typical of that era – fowl, potatoes, vegetables, fruit and bread. We thank Nancy Fruit, Cindy Peterson, Sue Delongchamp, and Nancy McFall for helping to shop and prepare the feast. The King proclaimed that it was delicious!
Finally, we want to thank the Sherwin-Williams store in Canton for donating the paint sticks we used as swords, Diane Moore for making our tickets and flyers and handling our media outreach, and also everyone who bought a ticket and supported our club. We appreciate your participation.