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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat   

 
Minskoff Theatre, (11/10/1993 - 5/29/1994)
First Preview: Oct 26, 1993 Total Previews: 17
Opening Date: Nov 10, 1993    
Closing Date: May 29, 1994 Total Performances: 231

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway



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Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; Robert E. Nederlander: President; James L. Nederlander: Vice-President)
Presented by James M. Nederlander and Terry Allen Kramer; Produced by The Really Useful Theatre Company Ltd. and Andrew Lloyd Webber; Co - Producer: Rodger Hess and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Lyrics by Tim Rice; Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Musical Director: Patrick Vaccariello; Music orchestrated by John Cameron
Directed by Steven Pimlott; Choreographed by Anthony Van Laast
Scenic Design by Mark Thompson; Set Design Assistant: Ken Rothschild, Richard Jaris, Rob Odorisio and Peet Foster; Costume Design by Mark Thompson; Associate Costume Design: Janet Grant; Assistant Costume Design: Nancy Palmatier; Lighting Design by Andrew Bridge; Associate Lighting Design: Hugh Vanstone, Ted Mather and Alexandra Pontone; Automated Lighting Programmer: Richard Knight and Art Rich; Sound Design by Martin Levan; Assistant Sound Design: Graham Carmichael and Ron Sinko; Associate Scenic Design: Nancy Thun
General Manager: Nina Lannan and The Really Useful Management Company, Inc.; Company Manager: Mark Johnson; Assistant Co. Mgr: Jeff Wild
Production Stage Manager: Jeff Lee; Production Manager: Peter Fulbright; Stage Manager: J. P. Elins; Assistant Stage Mgr: Steve "Doc" Zorthian, Louise Currie and Patricia F. Feldstein
Musical Supervisor: Michael Reed; Children's Choir Director: Janet Rothermel; Conducted by Patrick Vaccariello; Associate Conductor: Robert Hirschhorn; Concert Master: Sanford Allen; Violin: Sylvia D'Avanzo; Viola: Richard Brice; Cello: Francesca Vanasco; Flute / Clarinet / Sax: Andrew Sterman; Oboe / English Horn: Edward Zuhlke; French Horn: Steve Zimmerman; Keyboard: James Abbott, Robert Hirschhorn and Grant Sturiale; Guitar: J. McGeehan; Bass: Hugh Mason; Drums: Gary Tillman; Percussion: Bill Hayes
Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; Assistant to the Director and Choreographer: Nichola Treherne; General Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Dance Captain: Sarah Miles; Production Administrator: Alexander Fraser
Cast
Michael DamianJoseph
Clifford DavidJacob
Potiphar
Guru
Kelli Rabke
Broadway debut
Narrator
Robert TortiPharaoh
Levi
Lisa AkeyAsher's Wife
Neal Ben-AriSimeon
Danny Bolero
Broadway debut
Napthali
Julie Bond
Broadway debut
Mrs. Potiphar
Napthali's Wife
Diana BrownstoneZebulon's Wife
The Carolabbe ChorusChildren's Choir
Alternate
Betsy ChangGad's Wife
Jocelyn Vodovoz CookLevi's Wife
Mindy Franzese
Broadway debut
Simeon's Wife
Susan Carr GeorgeJudah's Wife
The William F. Halloran Vocal EnsembleChildren's Choir
Alternate
Marc KudischReuben
La Petite MusicaleChildren's Choir
Alternate
Long Island Performing Arts Center ChoirChildren's Choir
Alternate
Gerry McIntyreJudah
Sarah MilesDan's Wife
Michelle MurlinReuben's Wife
Bill NolteBaker
Issachar
Tina Ou
Broadway debut
Apache Dancer
Benjamin's Wife
Jacquie PorterIssachar's Wife
Joseph SavantDan
Tim Schultheis
Broadway debut
Apache Dancer
Zebulon
Timothy SmithAsher
Glenn SneedButler
Gad
Ty TaylorBenjamin
Swings: Ron Kellum, Andrew Makay, Janet Rothermel, Kelli Severson, Gina Trano and Matthew Zarley
Understudies: Lisa Akey (Narrator), Susan Carr George (Narrator), Marc Kudisch (Pharaoh), Bill Nolte (Guru, Jacob, Potiphar), Joseph Savant (Pharaoh), Kelli Severson (Narrator), Glenn Sneed (Guru, Jacob, Potiphar), Ty Taylor (Joseph) and Matthew Zarley (Joseph)
music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; lyrics by Tim Rice
ACT 1 Sung By
PrologueNarrator
Any Dream Will DoJoseph and Children
Jacob and Sons / Joseph's CoatNarrator, Brothers, Wives, Children, Jacob and Joseph
Joseph's DreamsNarrator, Joseph, Brothers and Female Ensemble
Poor, Poor JosephNarrator, Brothers and Children
One More Angel in HeavenReuben, Reuben's Wife, Narrator, Brothers, Wives, Jacob and Children
PotipharNarrator, Ensemble, Mrs. Potiphar, Potiphar and Joseph
Close Every DoorJoseph and Children
Go, Go, Go JosephNarrator, Butler, Baker, Ensemble, Joseph, Guru and Children
ACT 2 Sung By
Pharaoh's StoryNarrator and Children
Poor Poor Pharaoh / Song of the KingNarrator, Butler, Pharaoh, Children and Ensemble
Pharaoh's Dream ExplainedJoseph, Ensemble and Children
Stone the CrowsNarrator, Pharaoh, Children, Joseph and Female Ensemble
Those Canaan DaysSimeon, Jacob, Brothers and Apache Dancers
The Brothers Came to Egypt / Grovel, GrovelNarrator, Brothers, Joseph, Female Ensemble and Children
Who's the Thief?Joseph, Brothers, Female Ensemble and Children
Benjamin CalypsoJudah, Brothers, Female Ensemble and Children
Joseph All the TimeNarrator, Joseph, Children, Brothers and Female Ensemble
Jacob in EgyptNarrator, Jacob, Children and Ensemble
Any Dream Will Do (Reprise) Joseph, Narrator, Ensemble, Jacob and Children
Close Every Door (Reprise) Joseph and Children
Joseph Megamix (Reprise) The Company