Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

a musical comedy with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Tim Rice

On Stage in Our 85th Season:

November 9–11, 16–18, 23–25 and 30–December 2, 2012
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm. Sundays at 2:30pm.

THE SHOW

Joseph, his father’s favorite son, is a boy blessed with prophetic dreams. When he is sold into slavery by his jealous brothers and taken to Egypt, Joseph endures a series of adventures in which his spirit and humanity are continually challenged. When news of his gift to interpret dreams reaches the Pharaoh (wryly and riotously depicted as Elvis), Joseph is well on his way to becoming second in command. Eventually his brothers, having suffered greatly, find themselves groveling at the feet of the brother they betrayed but no longer recognize. Set to an engaging cornucopia of musical styles, from country-western and calypso to bubble-gum pop and rock ‘n’ roll, this Old Testament tale emerges both timely and timeless. Produced in cooperation with Rodgers & Hammerstein Theater Library.

THE CREW

Director, Kim Donovan*

Music Director, Paul Abbott*

Choreographer, Janeen Bodary*

Producer, Valerie Haas*

Assistant Director, Nina Young

Stage Manager, Chuck Bollman

Set Design, Ross Grossman

Master Carpenter, Gordon Mosley

Lighting & Sound, David Reynolds II*
assisted by John Sczomak, Luke Boudreau, Dave Kanclerz, and Dave Wood

Set Construction, Khali and Omar Alami, Chuck and Tracy Bollman, Chris Boudreau, Josh Cliff, Pat Denyer, Alex Greco, Ross Grossman, Dave Kanclerz, Stan LaFramboise, Jr., Mike Mayne, Peter and Julian Moore, Gordon Mosley, David Reynolds II, John Sczomak, Nick Tanner, and David Wood

Set Painting, Omar Alami, Floyd and Lynn Bell, Mary Beth Damiano, Pat Denyer, Alex Greco, Ross Grossman, Helen and Norm Liljegren, Nick Tanner, and David Wood

Hair & Makeup, Kimberly Elliott, Michael Bollman, and members of the Cast

Costumes, Diane Kaplan*
assisted by Mary Calder, Janine Bertucci, Jeff Bartos, Barbara Wulff, Renae Hayward, Andrea Hoglen, Jana Smith, Betty Wilson, Margaret Leduc, George Miller, Shari Mayne, Liz Mangan, Kim Donovan, Rae McIntosh, Kay Patterson and members of the Cast
Special thanks to Nancy Valentini and U of D Jesuit High School

Properties, Mary Ann Denyer
assisted by Pat Denyer, Diane Kaplan, Ross Grossman, Dave Wood, Nancy Valentini, John Sczomak, and Tom Sparrow

Publicity, Stan Guarnelo, Brook West, Lois Sczomak, Renae Hayward, Amy Moore, Marni Hack, Sue Suchyta, and Meredith Ferry

Programs, Brian Townsend and Kori Bielaniec

Tickets, Bob Jones, Jennifer Lizbinski, Amy Moore, Richard Moore, and Megan Lizbinski

Afterglow and Cast & Crew, Tracy Boudreau, Cory Chambless, and Jeff Bartos

50/50 & Intermission, Richard Moore and members of the Guild

Ushers, Shari and Mike Mayne and members of the Guild

THE CAST

 Joseph, Brandon Mace*

Narrator 1, Leah Paige Cooley*

Narrator 2, Sydnee Rider*

Pharaoh, Jake Dombrowski*

Jacob, Mark Byars

Potiphar, Matt Calder

Mrs. Potiphar, Mellissa L’heureux

Ruben, Dale Zanardelli

Simeon, Tim Carney

Levi, Chris Boudreau

Judah, Inez Hernandez

Dan/Baker, Steve Nazarek

Naphtali/Butler, Jeff Lokken

Gad, James Mayne

Asher, Dominic Valentini

Issachar, Michael Suchyta

Zebulun, Ryan Zanardelli

Benjamin, Michael Parks

Wife of Rueben, Amy Moore

Wife of Simeon, Diane Cliff

Wife of Levi, Sue Oliver

Wife of Judah, Lexie Kaplan

Wife of Dan, Shardai Davis

Wife of Naphtali, Eileen Lopez

Wife of Gad, Marissa Campitelle

Wife of Asher, Dana Welsh

Wife of Issachar, Jade Reynolds

Wife of Zebulun/Apache Dancer, Jillian Drapala

Wife of Benjamin, Madelyn Kaplan

Ensemble, Julie Ballantyne Brown, Hailey Haywood, Clare Hickman, and Kimberly Reynolds

Children’s Choir, AnnaLyssia Abela, Grace Bertucci, Tatiana Blurton, Molly Boudreau, Cole Haas, Ian Haas, Nathaniel Hermen, Lily Kanclerz, Angel Krawczyk, Jack Lopez, Peter Moore, Julian Moore, John Oatney, Emily Robinson, and Lillian Robinson

Ishmaelites/Guards, Josh Cliff, Omar Alami, Nick Tanner, and Alex Greco

Joseph
 

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THE ORCHESTRA

Woodwinds, Andrew Nichols

Oboe and English Horn, Kim Pollack

French Horn, Virginia Cunningham

Keyboards, Director, Paul M. Abbott*

Keyboards, Conductor, Ken Pletzer

Guitar, Jason Lamb

Percussion, Alex Sikorski

*Denotes 2012-2013 PAGE Award Nominee

 

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