King Arthur of Britain (late 30-60s) – Great humor, good singer.
Sir Lancelot, the Homicidally Brave (30s-40) – character voice & accents. Also plays The French Taunter, an arrogant, over-the-top Frenchman; the Knight of Ni, cartoonish leader of peculiar group of knights; and Tim the Enchanter, ghostly, with Scottish accent.
Sir Robin, the Not-Quite-So Brave-as-Sir Lancelot (30s-40s) – sings & dances. Also plays Guard 1 and Brother Maynard, a long-winded monk.
Sir Dennis Galahad, The Dashingly Handsome (30s) – Begins as lower class Dennis, and transforms into Sir Galahad. Also plays Prince Herbert’s father, a wealthy, brutal Yorkshireman. Strong baritone-tenor.
Sir Bedevere, The Strangely Flatulent (20s-40s) – Inept scholar. Also plays Dennis Galahad’s mother, a shrill peasant; and Concorde, Sir Lancelot’s horse. No solo singing.
The Lady of the Lake (20s-30s) – A diva. Strong and beautiful with mystical powers.
Leading lady. Must sing in many styles.
Patsy (30s-40s) – King Arthur’s horse and servant. Funny, physical mover with some tap dancing. Also plays Mayor, a jolly red-faced man, and drunken, useless Guard 2.
The following roles are played by the same actor (20s-30s) – Tenor singing & good movement required.
Historian: tweedy academic; Not Dead Fred: sickly fellow; French Guard: sidekick to the French Taunter; Prince Herbert: sings and pines for his love atop a tower; Minstrel in Sir Robin’s Band.
Male & Female Ensembles