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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
a Musical
CATEGORY : MUSICAL
by Andrew Lloyd Webber

COMPANY : Fayette-Cowetta Family Theatre, Inc. [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Villages Amphitheater in Fayetteville [WEBSITE]
ID# 1319

SHOWING : July 14, 2005 - July 17, 2005

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


CAST & CREW LIST
Writer Tim Rice
Music Andrew Lloyd Webber
Director Tammy J Barton
Musical Director Alwyn Y Mindoro
Coreographer Deanna Crane
Coreographer Ellen Sturgill
Keyboards Jen Bowen
Bass Guitar Jon Wade
Baker/Servant/Wife Eileen Baldwin
Children's Ensemble Jacqueline Berthold
Children's Ensemble Claire Boyer
Children's Ensemble Sarah Burney
Wife Bonnie Edge Cook
Levi Alex Couch
Asher Scott Couch
Harem Girl Corey Couch
Butler/Servant/Egyptian Dancer Deanna Crane
Children's Ensemble Devony Dallas
Judah Phillip Davis
Isaachar Dustin Davis
Zebulun Brent Davis
Children's Ensemble Jeremy Davis
Children's Ensemble Shannon Golden
Wife Janet Granski
Children's Ensemble Jordon Gray
Jacob Robert Gwaltney
Mrs. Potiphar/Harem Girl Nicole Gwaltney
Simeon Blake Gwaltney
Children's Ensemble Franziska Harms
Wife Lydia Jackson
Narrator Alicia Johnson
Children's Ensemble Justan Kadkhodaian
Harem Girl Rachel Kalins
Dan Robbie Kirkland
Naphtali Curtis Legaspi
Wife Michelle Legaspi
Children's Ensemble Paige McCauley
Children's Ensemble Michelle Mesko
Joseph Alwyn R Mindoro
Wife Paula Murphy
Benjamin Nathan Pearson
Pharaoh Adam Schwam
Children's Ensemble Marissa Schwam
Narrator Ellie Shelton
Camel/Harem Girl Rachel Snow
Narrator Emma Stitt
Male Ishmaelite Evan Stitt
Female Ishmaelite/Harem Girl Sarah Stitt
Harem Girl Mary Van Wert
Wife Leslie Wade
Camel/Harem Girl Caitlin Wade
Harem Girl Kate Walker
Female Ishmaelite/Wife Jennifer Wallace
Gad/Potiphar Brain Walsh
Harem Girl Kate Warner
Reuben Randy Wilcox
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REVIEWS

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joseph and the...
by dkulaga
Saturday, July 23, 2005
4.0
Didn't know this site existed! interesting. Thursday nights show had a tiny bit of technical difficulty, but not distracting to me. Voices and music were really good! Enjoyed the narrators; Al as always terrific. Venue nice; dk [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Joseph and the Dreamcoat
by bzthevoice
Friday, July 22, 2005
4.0
Thanks for the kind words regarding Miss Stitt, I have had the honor of being her vocal instructor for four years. Emma is a very dedicated young lady. For such a large production this group did a super job. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
FCFT & The Amazing Technicolor Production
by mpp247
Wednesday, July 20, 2005
5.0
Having flown from New York City to see this production, I was thoroughly impressed with this magnificent grand-scaled creation. From the moment thirty colorful children ran down the aisles until the stunning curtain call with the entire cast, I had a smile ear-to-ear. Of particular note, Al Mindoro as Joseph and Emma Stitt as Narrator give standout performances with their soothing and powerful voices. The supporting cast continues the wonderful performances with excellent characterizations and superb vocals. The Children Choir should also be commended for their tender, yet, powerful chorus, elevating the production. The production itself was great. The lights were phenomenal, conveying the subtle messages and shifting mood visually to the audience. The costumes provided a kaleidoscope of colors appealing to our eyes and building the lavishness of the production. Finally, the vocals throughout the show were outstanding, uplifting, and near flawless. A great story presented by a great theatre in a great production. Five out of five stars. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
by mikehubb
Monday, July 18, 2005
5.0
I had to come back and mention the sons of Jacob. They were by far the best dressed and unified bunch I have ever seen. Their sound, costumes and perfomances were excellent to say the least. On the song that they swayed back and forth had a soloist that was superb.

Thanks for the hard work and wonderful experience for the audience. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
by mikehubb
Monday, July 18, 2005
5.0
Adam Schwam was fantastic as Pharaoh. The spin off of Elvis and the costume only enhanced what already is a great actor. There wasn't anything wrong with the ladies that accompied him as well. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
by mikehubb
Monday, July 18, 2005
5.0
The color, sound and presentation was absolutely great. The younger kids in this production were fantastic and they sang like angels. Al was as always, superb and he touched my heart with his expression and performance as Joseph.
If you have never seen and heard Miss Stit perform or sing, then you have missed out on one of life's richest blessings. She was fantastic and as always, flawless. Tammy & Al, you two really put it together.

Thanks,

Mike Hubbard
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Thanks by susanlst
Mr. Hubbard, Miss Stitt's Mom thanks you for your kind words and sweet review of Emma's singing. She is truly blessed, as are we to have such a wonderful daughter and thoughtful friends.
OUTSTANDING
by ajht02
Monday, July 18, 2005
5.0
You all did OUTSTANDING!!!! GREAT SHOW! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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