The second musical written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, audiences will find themselves tapping their feet to the disco, western, 1920’s Charleston, Caribbean and Elvis-inspired songs. The show is based on the ‘Coat of Many Colours’ story of the Book of Genesis and tells the story of Joseph who, through the jealousy of his brothers due to his ownership of a coat given to him by his father, is sold to the Ishmaelites. As the show progresses, he moves from being held in slavery to becoming the most powerful man in Egypt second only to the Pharaoh.
With a cast of over 70 adults and children, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat boasts an array of Canberra’s talented singers and dancers.
Jeff Van de Zandt – Joseph
Kirrily Cornwell – Narrator
Tegan Mitchell – Narrator
Linda Gledhill – Narrator
Sarah Foo – Narrator
Sarah Hull – Narrator
Miriam Miley Read – Narrator
Alicia Da Costa – Narrator
Renee Denham – Narrator
Phil Perman – Jacob
John Kelly – Pharoah
Gerard Fitzsimmons – Potiphar
Anne Timperley – Mrs Potiphar
Cameron Elvin – Baker
Rodwell Faulkner – Butler
Joseph, directed by Gordon Nicholson, with Musical Director Leisa Keen and Choreographer Jordan Kelly, plays from 4 – 20 March at Erindale Theatre, McBryde Crescent, Wanniassa.
Tickets for the 2010 season of Joseph and the Amazing Technolor Dreamcoat are now on sale at www.philo.org.au/ticketing
Thurs 4th – Sat 6th March at 8pm
Wed 10th – Sat 13th March at 8pm
Wed 17th – Sat 20th March at 8pm
with Matinees Sat 13th and Sat 20th March at 2pm
Ticket prices – $25 – $42
Group bookings (10+) $35
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a light-hearted musical tale that is sure to hold a little something for everyone.
See you at the show!!