9-year-old Martin Lahman has a role in the production of Camelot at Union Colony Civic Center
Courtesy of City of Greeley

A 9-year-old home schooled student from Greeley was chosen for a role in the touring production of “Camelot”, which came to the Union Colony Civic Center in Greeley on Monday, February 2. Martin Lahman played the part of Tom of Warwick in the production. We are very proud of him.

Lahman is a student of the Greeley Options Home School program.  He is the son of Maria and Brent Lahman, and in the 3rd grade. Martin has been performing on stage since he was four.

Previous productions include:

  • “The Music Man,” at UNC“
  • A Christmas Carol” and “Jungle Book” for the Stampede Troupe
  •  “King Arthur’s Quest" for the Missoula Children’s Theatre
  • Johnny Appleseed and Andrew Johnson for the High Plains Chautauqua.

In his Camelot role, Tom of Warwick, Lahman plays a young boy destined to be a knight. He wants to fight for what is right and gives Arthur hope for the future.

For tickets and information on any show at the Union Colony Civic Center, contact the UCCC ticket office at 970-356-5000, 1-800-315-ARTS, or go online to ucstars.com. It’s the season for YOU to see the Stars!

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