Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
A Musical showing Feb 16 2018 - Apr 07 2018
The Biblical saga of Joseph and his coat of many colors comes to vibrant life in the delightful musical parable. Joseph is a boy blessed with prophetic dreams and being his father’s favorite son. But when his jealous brothers sell him into slavery and he is taken to Egypt, Joseph endures a series of terrific adventures. This Old Testament tale emerges both timely and timeless. One of the most popular shows we have ever produced. A must-see!
Direction & Choreography by: Lee Martino
Music Direction by: Steven Applegate
Show Times: Thurs-Sat 8pm, Sat- 3pm, Select Sun 3 pm
Show Price: Regular: $34, Senior: $28, Child: $20
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Edgar is originally from Portugal, where his passion for Musical Theatre started. There he performed in Little Shop of Horrors (Dr. Orin Scrivello), Cinderella (Prince Charming), Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere), The Sound of Music (Captain Von Trapp), Aladdin, Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Chicago (Amos Hart). Edgar studied Music in Germany and England, and eventually became an award-winning concert pianist, having obtained 50 prizes in international competitions, released a solo album, cruised the world at sea and performed in 20 countries. Whilst living in London, he played keyboards for No One in the World, Spend Spend Spend, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Spectrum, and Peter Pan. He has been living in Los Angeles since September and has already sung and danced in Bye Bye Birdie (GCT), The Music Man (PVPA – Norris Theatre), and Two Gentlemen of Verona (Foothill PA Council – ArTES Magnet), with a break for Music Direction at the Hollywood Fringe in Sex Anyone. He also works at Azusa Pacific University as a staff accompanist, musical director and vocal coach in the Music and Theater departments. Edgar is absolutely overjoyed to be back at his favorite theatre home in LA.
Joey Langford BFA graduate from AMDA, is thrilled to make his GCT debut! Most recently, he was seen in Cabrillo’s The Little Mermaid. Favorite credits include: “Abel” in Children of Eden, “Cornelius Hackl” in Hello, Dolly! and “Dave” in Dreamgirls. He thanks his family and friends for their continued support.
Griffin is thrilled to be returning for round two at the GCT! He was most recently seen as the Purser in their production of Anything Goes! Originally from Illinois and a resident of Los Angeles since 2011, he received a BFA in Musical Theatre from AMDA:College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts in the fall of 2014. Past credits include My Fair Lady, The Music Man, Mary Poppins, Cabaret, and Legally Blonde to name a few. Much love and thanks to his family, friends, Gracie and Steven Dry. Enjoy the show everyone!
Paul is excited to be back on stage danceing for all of you tonight. Paul has performed in countless shows here at the Glendale Centre Theatre, and has choreopgraphed this show for you tonight. Recent choreogrophy credits include: Anything Goes, and My Fair Lady.
Libby Snyder is glad to be back at the Glendale Centre Theatre where audiences may remember her from Annie Get Your Gun, Anything Goes, How to Succeed in Business, Crazy For You (Margie), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Sarah Kines), The Will Rogers Follies, Joseph (Mrs. Potiphar), The King and I (Angel/George), A Christmas Carol (Topper’s Girl), Dames at Sea, The Pajama Game, Camelot, or Me and My Girl. Other credits include: 42nd Street (Diane Lorimer), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Gymnasia), Anything Goes (Chastity), Mary Poppins (Annie), Spamalot, The Producers, White Christmas, Brigadoon, Pirates of Penzance, Music Man, The Wizard of Oz, Singin’ In The Rain, and C & C’s Presents (Hot Toddy Tipsy.) Originally from Buffalo, New York, Libby has a degree in Accounting from Niagara University where she played Division I tennis for 4 years. During the day, she works at Innovative Skincare in Burbank. Libby and her younger sister Amy have previously held the title of Second Place Senior Duet/Trio at Showstoppers National Dance Championships. In addition, they were both Tremaine Dance Convention Scholarship winners. Libby enjoys going to the beach, visiting her family, shopping, and hanging out with friends. Libby thanks her family and friends for all of their love and support – especially her wonderful Kevin!
Danielle earned her M.F.A. in Theatre from Naropa University (Boulder, CO). You may recognize her from How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (as the sultry Hedy LaRue), You Can’t Take it With You (as the love struck Alice), and Robin Hood (as the feisty Maid Marian). Other GCT credits include Dear Ruth (Martha) and Shakespeare Live! (Juliet). She has been the dance teacher for four years at GCT’s Summer Theatre Camp and this year she will be taking over as camp director. She also teaches after school theatre programs throughout the year at Verdugo Woodlands Elementary and Saint Francis Xavier. Danielle thanks her incredible husband, Andrew, for his constant love and support, and all the cast and crew!
Kevin is very excited to be in Annie Get Your Gun. He was last seen in Glendale’s Anything Goes. Kevin’s other credits include Damn Yankees (Smokey), Man of La Mancha (Pedro), Sound of Music (Rolf), West Side Story (Diesel), Will Rodgers Follies (Wrangler), and How to Succeed in Buisness Without Really Trying. Kevin would like to thank his family for all there love and support, especially his beautiful wife Libby.
Laurie is happy to be back on the GCT stage once again. She always feels at home here. Along with theatre, Laurie has toured the nation with Sesame Street Live, danced around the world with Holland America Line and performed for many a tourist at Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood.
John David Wallis
John David Wallis is a certified massage therapist and a graduate of UC Santa Barbara with a BFA in Theater. John has performed at the Glendale Centre Theatre as Max in The Andrews Brothers, Charlie Davenport in Annie Get Your Gun, Lord Evelyn Oakleigh in Anything Goes, Stewpot in South Pacific, Jacey Squires in The Music Man, Rolls in The Princess and the Pea, and Theodore in Cinderella. Other credits include: Frederick in Young Frankenstein at DOMA Theatre Co., Mr. Mushnik in Little Shop of Horrors at Summer Repertory Theater; Sky Masterson in Guys & Dolls at West Valley Playhouse.