It's hard enough to keep a marriage together, especially when you're the most important man in the kingdom (Mr. Night speaks from experience). But when your best friend is also handsome and accomplished and has a French accent? Well, then the Mrs. has a good chance of going missing one night, especially if your literal bastard of a son (who's had it in for you since the day he was born) is always fomenting trouble behind the scenes. And so it is in Camelot: Arthur knows Lancelot and Guenevere are more than good friends, but what can he do? He's the king, beholden to uphold the law. But he's also a man. All he can do is sing and hope something good comes from all the pain. Mainstage Artists Management presents Lerner and Loewe's Camelot at 8 p.m. at the Florissant Civic Center Theatre (Parker Road and Waterford Drive, Florissant; www.florissantfinearts.com or 314-921-5678). Tickets are $23 to $25.
Mon., Feb. 12