is a musical by Alan Jay Lernerand Frederick Loewe. It adapted from T. H. White's  The Once and Future King.

The original 1960 production, directed by Moss Hart ran on Broadway for 873 performances, winning four Tony Awards and spawning several revivals, foreign productions and a 1967 film version. The original cast album was America's top-selling record for 60 weeks.

Original Broadway CastEdit

Richard Burton would later play King Mark in Lovespell


  • ACT I
  • "Overture"
  • "The March [Parade]" — Instrumental
  • "I Wonder What The King Is Doing Tonight"
  • "The Simple Joys Of Maidenhood"
  • "Camelot"
  • "Camelot" (Reprise)
  • "Follow Me"
  • "C'est Moi"
  • "The Lusty Month Of May"
  • "Then You May Take Me To The Fair"
  • "How To Handle A Woman"
  • "The Jousts"
  • "Before I Gaze At You Again"
  • ACT II
  • "If Ever I Would Leave You"
  • "The Seven Deadly Virtues"
  • "What Do The Simple Folk Do?"
  • "Fie On Goodness!"
  • "I Loved You Once In Silence"
  • "Guenevere"
  • "Camelot" (reprise)