Joseph and his Technicolour Dream Coat at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre


Lawrence Williams plays the title role in Joseph and his Technicolour Dream Coat.
Lawrence Williams plays the title role in Joseph and his Technicolour Dream Coat.

A CAST of more than 50 brings to life the musical Joseph and his Technicolour Dream Coat for just four performances at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre in April.

Directed by Carol Dhu, Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber musical tells of the trials and tribulations of Joseph, Israel’s favourite son, along with his 11 brothers and coat of many colours.

Joseph could predict the future through his dreams, overcoming jail and prosecution to become the saviour of Egypt.

Joseph is played by Lawrence Williams, a familiar face who played the lead in Shout and Juan Peron in Evita last year.

The company has teamed up and auditioned several children’s theatre, including Primadonna Productions, to mix with the adult cast of 55.

Other leading roles are taken by Sian Dhu as the Narrator, Tom Hennessey as Pharaoh, Graham Cole as Potiphar and Melle Smith as Mrs Potiphar.

Just a few of the unforgettable songs from the show are Go Go Go Joseph, Any Dream Will Do, Close Every Door and the ever popular Song of the King.

WHAT: Joseph and his Technicolour Dreamcoat.

WHAT: Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.

WHEN: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, April 28. 29, 30 (also matinee).