Based on the biblical story of the "coat of many colors," the
musical tells the history of Joseph, his jealous brothers, Joseph
being sold into slavery, his dreams, and eventual wealth and power
Spectators never tire of hearing the lyrics, from the
catchy "Any Dream Will Do" and "Joseph's Coat" to the haunting
"Close Every Door," the disco tune of "Go, Go, Go, Joseph," the rock
'n' roll "Song of the King," the indie tune "Benjamin's Calypso" and
the finale, "Give Me My Colored Coat."
This production will feature elaborate costumes, awesome sets and
a cast of extremely talented actors, actresses and musicians.
Leading roles for this production are Josh Meador as Joseph;
Grace Sheley, Sara Shane and Anna Barry as the narrators; Wyatt
Phillis playing the dual role of Jacob and Pharaoh; J.J. Orr as
Potiphar; Kendall Katz as Mrs. Potiphar; Olivia Graue as the Butler;
Rebecca Kirk as the Baker; and Jacqueline Keysear as the Featured
Brothers are Justin Broom as Issachar, Matthew Langdon as Simeon,
Braden Tanner as Reuben, Madison Bisoph as Naphtali, Preston Brooks
as Benjamin, Kieran Foster as Asher, Steven Schleich as Judah, Brad
Miller as Levi, Logan Keysear as Dan, Hannah Burton as Gad and Zac
McCray as Zebulon.
Wives will be portrayed by Elizabeth Tripplett, Larissa Siddens,
Joella Vermiere, Alissa Harvey, Madison Frederick, Haley Welch,
Alysa Cox, Merrian Tice and Miranda Brooks.
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Dancers are Emily Maaks, Rebecca Stein, Jenna Williams and Kenzie
Last but not least, we cannot forget the Hairy Ishmaelites:
Colton Clark, Michael Modaff, Dustin Jones, Konner Brown and Ryan
Directing the performance are Kim Peterson-Quinn and Tom Quinn;
assistant director and stage manager Antionette Richmond; and light
techs Devin Biggs and Brock Bleess.
The pit orchestra is headed by Dave Swaar with instrumentalists
Julie Kasa, Marissa Booth, Chelsey George, Marissa Kiper, Carrissa
Richmond, Matt Mason, Austin Huerd, Abigale Ramsey, T.J. Kissell and
Tickets for the LCHS production may be purchased at the door and
cost $10 for adults and $8 for senior citizens, students and
For more information, call 217-732-4131, ext. 515.
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