Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
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The last date listed for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat was Sunday August 30, 2009 / 1:45pm.
Currently at Welk Resort Theatre San Diego:
- Full Price:
- $55.00 - $58.00
- Our Price:
- $27.50 - $29.00
Tap dancer Arthur Duncan, country singer Ava Barber ("Bucket to the South") and singer-dancer Mary Lou Metzger -- all former Welk regulars -- are set to star during the run of this merry and bright variety show for the whole family. The pop-culture phenomenon known as The Lawrence Welk Show was a hit on TV for more than 30 years, as its genial baton-wielding host showcased singers, dancers, and musicians and brought "champagne music" -- and soap bubbles -- to the masses (and to Saturday Night Live parodies). This Yuletide extravaganza boasts sparkling costumes, sets and production numbers, that're sure to get you in the holiday spirit. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
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While the actors gave a high energy performance, and both Joseph and the Narrator were exceptional, the production as a whole was a little creaky, with some clumsy choreography and overly loud music drowning out the singing voices. The brothers were mostly indistinct, with only one or two stanouts. Pharoah did his workmanlike Elvis interpretation but suffered a lack of understandable diction.Worse, the seats were in the last occupied row, and partially obstructed, but the LWDT's standard audience really ruined the experience, as they ALWAYS chatter and gabble, EVEN during the star turns. Joseph's big song was ruined by the grandma blabbing in our row. I hate this theater, and won't go again. Three times was the charm!
<p>Before Andrew Lloyd Webber's Evita, before The Phantom of the Opera, and even before Cats, there was Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - a musical about the Old Testament story of Jacob and his twelve sons. It's a tongue-in-cheek, enchanting show with a warm heart featuring a variety of musical styles including 60's pop, calypso, disco, Elvis rock, Parisian cafe and country western among others. It's ridiculous, yet dreamy tone assures that audiences will revel in the lessons of youthful folly. And who doesn't want to dream in technicolor?</p>