Pro alumnus returns to Stage Left for ‘Camelot’
Stage Left Players’ upcoming production of “Camelot” will feature professional actor Reed Allen Worth in the role of Lancelot.
Worth, an Elkton native, grew up on the Trinity Playhouse stage and attended Lincoln Park School for the Performing Arts in Midland, Pa. He is a 2014 graduate of Point Park University in Pittsburgh.
He has toured the country in productions of “Xanadu,” “Beauty and the Beast,”“Percy Jackson” and other shows.
His appearance with Stage Left Players is underwritten in part by Consumers Bank and the Lisbon Community Foundation.
Worth said he is happy to help the community theater that inspired him to pursue acting as a profession. “I’ve enjoyed performing on stages from California to New York City, but I’ve got to say, my heart will always hold a soft spot for Lisbon,” he said.
Kandace Cleland, director of Stage Left, said she is thrilled to have Worth back on her stage.
“He’s brought smiles to our patrons since he was in the fourth grade,” she said. “Now he’s back and bringing a wealth of experience that benefits the rest of our cast. He’s a team player and makes everyone feel comfortable, and reach for the best we can be.”
“Camelot” will run for six performances over two consecutive weekends, beginning Friday. Curtain time is 7 p.m. (2 p.m. on Sundays). Admission is $12 ($10 for students and seniors) and may be purchased at StageLeftPlayers.org. For information, go to StageLeftPlayers.org or call 330-831-7249.