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Triphammer Arts Inc.

CRS Barn Studio, 2622 N. Triphammer Road, Ithaca, NY 14850, 607-257-2043

Camelot Press Photos: by Dede Hatch


Camelot- August 3, 4, 5, 6, 2017 - 7:00 pm; rain date 8/7/17


Press release:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 16 July 2017CONTACT: Steven Stull 607.339.9759

Jeanne Goddard 607.280.9564

Broadway’s Camelot Comes to the Farm

Triphammer Arts proudly presents their outdoor production of Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot

Thursday-Sunday, August 3-6 at 7:00pm at the CRS Barn Studio, 2622 North Triphammer Road in Ithaca.

Rain date will be Monday, August 7 at 7:00pm.


Chivalry, passion, and betrayal! The timeless tale of King Arthur, Queen Guenevere, Sir Lancelot, and the Knights of the Round Table is set against a backdrop of lush green fields and sweeping views of Cayuga Lake at sunset, and features the classic Broadway songs, “If ever I would leave you,” “The lusty month of May,” “The Seven Deadly Virtues,” and - of course - “Camelot!” This lively, beautifully costumed production stars nationally-known artists Steven Stull as Arthur, Ivy Walz as Guenevere, and Erik Angerhofer as Lancelot, with Andrew Hudson-Sabens as the evil conniver, Mordred and a chorus of thirty knights and ladies of the court. WCNY Radio host Bruce Paulsen plays King Pellinore. Camelot is directed by Steven Stull, in collaboration with music director Richard Montgomery, keyboardist William Cowdery, and choreographer Jeanne Goddard.


Outdoor seating is provided at the venue, and there are also several green and shady locations suitable for a pre-performance picnic. The grounds and box office open at 6:00pm, one hour before show time.


Ticket prices for Camelot are $20 general public, $18 seniors, $15 students. Young children are admitted free of charge.Please visit our website, for more information about us, and for photos of the performance venue.


Artistic directors Jeanne Goddard and Steven Stull launched the CRS Barn Studio in 1990 and established the not-for-profit arts organization, Triphammer Arts Inc. in 2013. They have consistently brought together dancers and musicians from central and western New York and beyond, to present high quality, audience-friendly music and dance productions both outdoors and indoors at the CRS Growers organic vegetable farm on Triphammer Road. Audiences return again and again for the relaxed atmosphere, the quality of the performances, and the sensational views of Cayuga Lake.


Stull and Goddard have over 30 years' experience performing, writing, directing, and producing music and dance events in traditional and non-traditional venues. Stull holds degrees in vocal performance from Oberlin College Conservatory and the Eastman School of Music, and has performed with opera companies and symphony orchestras across the U.S. Goddard came of age in the avant-garde dance world of the 1970's, trained and performed with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane and many other choreographers, and ran the dance program at Wells College from 1987-2016.






The purpose of the organization is to promote excellence and innovation in
dance, music and multidisciplinary performance forms (such as opera and musical theatre) by providing opportunities to create new works and to approach existing works from new

We are a 501(c)3 not for profit organization -

To help support our programs, please contact us at the email or phone above.

Triphammer Arts Inc. programming is sponsored in part with grant support from the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County.

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