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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
A cast clarification from a cast member
Friday, May 21, 2004
-1.0
After reading numerous reviews posted on this extremely biased site, I figured I should offer some clarification. Having played Elvis/Pharoah two years ago in another Atlanta theater, I was contacted and asked to audition for the part. Because all of us are doing this for free, yes free, when I auditioned I made clear that I could not perform the final weekend due to prior commitments.
The director Rob said he always wanted to play the part, so he would perform the final weekend, but because that seemed silly to just do the final shows, he also played the second week. Why there are two Josephs, I have no idea. Anybody who has seen BOTH casts will immediately see that we play the parts differently. Anybody who hasn't seen both casts, should bite their tongue.
Meanwhile, it has been very clear that there are some bitter people out there. We're not blind... we can see you sitting there with your number two pencil and pad of paper, writing furiously. Why not close your pad and watch the show for a change? And remember, we're doing it for free and fun... and oh yeah, we do get a free bottle of water backstage.

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