Venue Details

13 Star Starred
Wyly Theatre
at AT&T Performing Arts Center 2400 Flora Street Dallas, TX 75201
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"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"
51 ratings
4.5 average rating
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1 review
0 stars
attended Jun 24 2012

This is such a fun show. The leads were great, the staging was fun. The best part of the show were the kids - they were animated, talented and worth the price of admission.

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3 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 24 2012

I have seen this musical before, but this performance was terrible. Poor acting, singing, dancing. All around low quality and did not do the story justice.

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15 reviews
5 stars
attended Jul 17 2012

Overall the show was just okay. It's been around forever, so it's somewhat dated. This production did a really good job of adding some fresh and updated elements though. The sets and production were incredible, as is always the case at the Wyly....continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Dallas Theater Center’s Joseph know hows to party … turns the big, reconfigurable room into a joy machine … This one is spectacular … Surprise after theatrical surprise.” —_Dallas Morning News _
“An over-the-top triumph … A rousing success … the irresistible and soulful Liz Mikel guides us along … [an] unforgettable performance by Ferguson … Joseph doesn’t allow limits.” —_Fort Worth Star-Telegram _
“A crazy, feel-good trip… supremely family-friendly.” —Dallas Observer
“Harcourt, last in Dallas in his award-winning role as the Tin Man in_ The Wiz_, has charisma to spare. He adds a little touch of star quality.” —Dallas Voice


Lyrics by Tim Rice   

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Directed and Choreographed by Joel Ferrell

For two generations, this joyful, family-friendly musical has been giving audiences a new appreciation of the Old Testament story of Joseph, the boy dreamer. Sold into slavery by his brothers, he became the ruler of Egypt. In DTC’s tuneful telling of this ancient story, practically every line is sung by the actors and a kids’ chorus, in styles from rock to western to a 1920s’ Charleston.