HOUSTON — Leading the cast in the roles of “Joseph” and “Narrator” will be Andrew Burke and Kelly Lomonte. Joining them is Daelin Elzie as “Jacob”, Chase Fontenot as “Rueben”, Andrew Ricks as “Simeon”, and Ricardo Lopez as “Judah”. “Joseph’s Brothers” will be played by Bryce Cooper, Promise Facciponte, Scott Fonseka, Griffin Kelly, Samantha Lank, Tyler Phelps, Tobbe Rytting, and Alyssa Sunew, who also plays “Baker”.
Gabi Wager will play the role of “Pharaoh”, Scott Fonseka will play “Potiphar”, Fallon Jones will play “Potiphar’s Wife”, and Mabyn Coleman and Cooper George as “Girl Storyteller” and “Boy Storyteller” respectively.
Rounding out the cast in the Ensemble is: Deja Bracey, Jazmyne Charles, Bryce Gilleylen, Sydnie Harris, Ty Hart, Julian Lammey, Natalie Lammey, Dylan Mohwinkle, Isabella Morrison, Gia Ochsenbein, Hannah Pettit, Haley Prince, Carlie Sachs, Arjun Singhal, Cohle Smith, Courtney Smith, Madyson Walker, and Hailey Wolfe.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is the irresistible family musical about the trials and triumphs of Joseph, Israel’s favorite son. This classic Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical is one of the most enduring shows of all time. Running June 6 through 9, this is the perfect outing for the entire family. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will be directed by Rachael Logue, and choreographed by Mikeitta Williams. Joining Logue and Williams on the production are Jim Vukovich(Music Director), Mark Grady (Lighting Designer), Andrew Harper (Sound Designer), and Colleen Grady(Costume Designer).
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is sponsored by the Edward and Helen Oppenheimer Foundation, the Miller Theatre Advisory Board and The Wortham Foundation, Inc.
Theatre Under The Stars is grateful for our Season Sponsors: Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital, United Airlines, KTRK ABC-13, and Phoenicia Specialty Foods. TUTS is supported by theCity of Houston through the Theater District.
THEATRE UNDER THE STARS (“TUTS”) – (Dan Knechtges, Artistic Director; Hillary J Hart, Executive Director) – was founded by Frank M. Young in 1968 and is Houston’s leading musical theatre company for performance, arts education and professional theatrical training; ranging from the classics to new work development. As a 501c3 performing arts organization, TUTS is dedicated to breaking down barriers to access by focusing on inclusivity, education, and community engagement through a commitment to artistic excellence, programs in the community, technique-based curriculum at the Humphreys School of Musical Theatre, and explorative, creative life-skills at The River Performing and Visual Arts Center. For more information, visit www.tuts.com.