Seattle Musical Theatre Company Presents JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT

Direct from the biblical land of Caanan! Seattle Musical Theatre (SMT) dazzles this holiday season with a spectacular production of Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat. For 13 performances a diverse cast of fresh local talent brings this timeless tale to the stage.

Meet Joseph - the favorite son of Jacob - who is blessed with vivid dreams that foretell the future. Follow along on his technicolor journey that includes slavery, betrayal, revelation and a hilarious Elvis-like Pharaoh. The powerhouse musical duo of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice bring a multitude of musical genres to the stage, from country-western and calypso to pop and rock & roll. Director Jeff Orton promises a wild energetic production chock full of outlandish costumes, wacky characters and a cartoon-like Canaan. Foot-tapping, hand-clapping fun for the whole family.

Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat is directed by Jeff Orton; stage manager, Martin Sisk; choreographer, Troy Wageman; music director, Brandon Peck; costume designer, Pamela Weinzatl; scenic designer, Alexander Winterle; lighting designer, Kenrick Fischer; sound designer, Michael Connolly.

The cast features Garrett Dill (Joseph), Claire Idstrom (Narrator), Jasmine Joshua (Pharaoh), Eric Hartley (Jacob), Andrew Bullard (Dan), Aaron Parisi (Napthali), Sage Suzerrris (Benjamin), James Stanford (Asher), Karin Terry,(Gad), Max Lopuszynski (Issachar), Shane Smith (Zebulun), Matthew Mcfadden (Judah), Colin Brisky (Rueben), Graham Blaire(Baker/Levi) and Casey Decaire (Simeon). Ensemble includes: Sydney Beaty, Amanda Burke, Hannah Knapp-Jenkins, Malia Lapanja, Alyssa Maas, Karleigh O'neal, Clara Perriross, Marcel Rickman, Sylvia Rickman, Natalie Silva, Angelo Visser, and Emily Welter.

Performances are November 30 - December 16 at 7:30 pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. There is an additional evening performance on Thursday Dec 13th at 7:30 pm. General Admission tickets are $40. Senior, Student and Military tickets are $35. Tickets are available at

Seattle Musical Theatre (SMT) was founded as Seattle Civic Light Opera (CLO) in 1977 by a group of Seattle opera enthusiasts, including Joan Galstaun and Barbara McHargue. With a keen interest in offering theatre to North Seattle communities, they pooled personal resources, located a venue above a music store in Northgate, (Heritage Theatre), and launched CLO's first season with German composer Johann Strauss' "The Gypsy Baron". By 1978, the venue was running at capacity so the troupe moved to the 750-seat auditorium in the Jane Addams School in Lake City. In response to audience requests, CLO began including musicals as part of their 1980 season. CLO remained at the Jane Addams stage through 2002 but a school remodel forced them to relocate. From 2003 to 2008 CLO operated, temporarily, from the Shoreline Community Center; it was during this time (2006) that a rebranding campaign for SMT was launched. In 2008 the newly branded Seattle Musical Theatre moved into Building 47 of the Historic Magnuson Park.

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