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Fun-Filled "Joseph" Is Perfect Mix of Broadway and Pop

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; lyrics by Tim Rice; book by Tim Rice; music arranged and orchestrated by Martin Silvestri and Jeremy Stone; directed by Dallett Norris; choreographed by Arlene Philips; lighting design by Rick Belzer; scenic design by James Fouchard; sound design by Duncan Robert Edwards

Cast

Joseph, Patrick Cassidy

Narrator, Amy Adams

Pharaoh/Levi, Todd Dubail

Jacob/Potiphar, Nicholas F. Saverine

Butler/Ensemble, Craig Cady

Mrs. Potiphar/Ensemble, Melissa Hurley Cassidy

Ensemble, Lisa Christine

Benjamin/Ensemble, David Ferguson

Isaachar/Baker/Ensemble, Timothy A. Fitzgerald

Dan/Ensemble, Michael Gellert

Ensemble, Brenda Hamilton

Ensemble, Lindsey Juneau

Simeon/Ensemble, Matthew LaBanca

Reuben's Wife/Ensemble, Aryn Lawrence

Ensemble, Carissa Lopez

Judah/Ensemble, Marque Lynch, Jr.

Reuben/Ensemble, Brad Madison

Apache/Ensemble, Louise Madison

Napthali, Ernest Marchain

Gad/Ensemble, Grant Rosen

Ensemble, Tiffany Sudol

Asher/Ensemble, Kristopher Thompson-Bolden

Ensemble, Nikki Tomlinson

Zebulun/Ensemble, Franklyn Warfield

Children's Ensemble, Jordan Bedoya, Kasey Bressler, Jack Buccella, Katie Buccella, Olivia Dodson, Patrick Dutton, Michael Egan, Ali Funkhouser, Emily Harrington, Audrey Kivlehan, Alexa Lowey, Melissa Mandia, Emma Mazukina, Erica McLaughlin, Helena Rabasco, Katie Ryan, Emily Smolinsky, Aisling Tyndall, Samantha Vita, Jillian Whitney

Performances : Now through November 20 at the Colonial Theatre

Tickets: (617)-931-2787, www.broadwayacrossamerica.com, www.ticketmaster.com

It's only fitting that a production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is nothing short of an extravaganza, and in that respect, this production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice collaboration does not disappoint.Based on the last 13 chapters of Genesis, Josephtells the tale of Joseph's rise to power in Egypt after being sold into slavery by his brothers, complete with catchy songs, energetic dance numbers, sparkling costumes, neon lights, and the ever-flashy "Joseph Megamix."It's hard to push the boundaries on this show, and while there are a few moments when the production goes a bit too far, it nonetheless provides a fun and entertaining evening for audiences of all ages.


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Olena Ripnick Olena Ripnick is a Boston University journalism student and freelance writer whose introduction to the performing arts took place when she was cast as Gretel in ?The Sound of Music? at the tender age of six. She has an extensive background in both theatre and music production, and in 2001 founded Rip It Up Productions and has gone on to produce everything from musicals to benefit concerts. She continues to remain involved in the various aspects of the theatre, from performing to directing, as well as the many aspects of the music industry, including event production, artist management, and performance. When she?s not on stage or behind the scenes, Olena can be found on the ski slopes, on air with her weekly musical theatre radio show La Vie Boh?me (www.wtburadio.com), or traveling the world and exploring the infinite abyss. She thanks her family for supporting all her endeavors, no matter how crazy they may seem.


 
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