Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Shines at the Ernest Borgnine Theatre

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's 46-year-old maiden voyage, returns to its roots as a story seen through the eyes of a child. Art-In-Relation's production features 9 talented children who interact with the large, adult cast and three puppets.
LONG BEACH, Calif. - Aug. 11, 2015 - PRLog -- A crash of drums. A flash of light. And art-in-relation explodes with the Andrew Lloyd Webber spectacular, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

This international audience hit plays two weekends at the Ernest Borgnine Theatre, August 14 - 23, 2015. The show is a lovely, comic and colorful journey through the biblical story of young Joseph, sold into slavery by his brothers after his father favored him with a gorgeous colored cloak. His gift of prophecy saves him from an uncertain fate and helps him to rescue Egypt from famine.

Animated with a high-energy mix of music and dancing from 50's rock to calypso to country& western, this show is a favorite with casts and audiences alike. The production is hailed for its family-friendly storyline, universal themes and catchy music.

Directed by Ray Buffer, this production also features the creative talents of Fernando Christopher as choreographer and assistant director, Gary Fritzen as music director, Mcleod Benson as lighting designer and technical director, Dan O'Brien as set designer, Nick Tidwell as costume designer, Dominique Johnson as stage manager, Matthew Stroud as assistant stage manager, Tim Spivey as the lead sound engineer, Sierra Green as dance captain, Joshua Martinez as running crew, and Ericka Honstley as blogger.  the production is produced by Art-In-Relation founders, Jonas Sills and Ray Buffer, with Heidi Sills.

As the performance begins, the audience is first introduced to a group of vibrant young dancers in the midst of one of their final rehearsals.  Their choreographer and teacher (Stella Kim as the Narrator) singles out one of the students who isn't performing to his potential.  After a conversation about work ethic and entitlement, the choreographer is reminded of a tale and decides to share it with her students. Theatrical lighting and music change as Joseph (Duke Rausavljevich) appears on stage - and thus begins the story of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

On stage talent includes:

Stella Kim as the Narrator
Duke Rausavljevich as Joseph
Robert Amberg as Potiphar
Todd Johnson as Jacob
Quentin Garzon as Pharoah/Levi
Chris Yeschecko as Naphtali/Puppeteer
Lucas Bross as Benjamin/Puppeteer
Alexander Banuelos as Zebulun/Puppeteer
Koery Mitchell as Gad/Baker
Paul Mason as Reuben/Butler
Aaron Carter as Asher
Fernando Christopher as Judah
Jonna Ahn as Potiphar’s Wife
Gloria Henderson as Jacob’s Wife
Belle Dunn as Wife/Narrator Understudy
Breanna Carter as Wife
Jackie Ray as Wife
Sierra Green as Wife
Terri Ann Driggs as Wife
Stephanie Lehane as Wife
Ursula Matlock as Wife
Elise Borgfeldt as Wife
Brianna Rene as Wife
Ciera Cymone Germany as Wife
Garrett McQuaid as Joseph/Children’s Chorus
Emilie Lafontaine as Lisa/Children’s Chorus
Emily Frazier as Children’s Chorus
Elizabeth Henderson as Children’s Chorus
Lena Pham as Children’s Chorus
Joal Quezda as Children’s Chorus
Dallas Smulson as Children’s Chorus
Thaies Quezada as Children’s Chorus
Evette Williams as Children’s Chorus

The orchestra under Conductor, Greg Haake is comprised of:

Guitar - Marius Fricke
Reeds - Mike Munson
Keyboards - Kendra Vuk & Gary Fritzen
Bass and Strings - Mark Shapiro
Drums - Justin Robertson

Tickets are $32/$22 for adults, and $17/$12 for children 12 and under and are available at or by calling 1 800 838 3006.

Performances are August 14 and 21 at 8PM and 15, 16, 22, and 23 at 2:30PM at the Ernest Borgnine Theatre inside the Scottish Rite Event Center at 855 Elm Avenue, Long Beach, CA  90813

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