North Georgia Community Players present Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

North Georgia Community Players is going technicolor with Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s irresistible story of Joseph, his jealous brothers and one very colorful garment in this delightful musical scheduled to open Thursday, May 30th. The award-winning show, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, has been performed hundreds of thousands of times, including on Broadway and international tours in over 80 countries and is widely recognized as one of the most beloved family musicals of all-time. Under the direction of the highly gifted Rebecca Bilbrey, this thrilling operatic adventure follows the biblical story of Joseph, known as the dreamer, on his way to Egypt after being sold into slavery by his brothers. Audiences will enjoy an engaging array of musical styles, from country to soul, disco to reggae and even a fan favorite Elvis rendition. With musical direction by LeAnne Challenger, the show is highlighted by musical theater favorites, “Any Dream Will Do,” “Close Every Door,” “There’s One More Angel in Heaven,” and “Go, Go, Go Joseph” – performed by a cast of talented vocalists and the adorable voices of a children’s ensemble. Through vibrant vocals and high energy choreography, the production presents Joseph’s journey from the betrayal of his brothers to slavery and imprisonment, and finally to being promoted as Pharaoh’s number two in charge of all of Egypt. Along Joseph’s precarious plight we encounter themes of love, jealousy, loyalty, betrayal, forgiveness, redemption, and family. This timeless tale is filled with surprising humor for adults and dazzling delights for children in a must-see night of musical theatre. The highly anticipated production features amazing vocal narration by LeAnne Challenger and Quashona Antoine, and professionally trained actors, Matthew Johnson as Ruben and David Kracke as the Pharaoh. In addition, long time NGCP member Charles Lipthrott plays Jacob, and newcomer Jonas Corbin stars as Joseph. Ten performances are scheduled May 30th-June 2nd and June 6th-June 9th with matinees slated for Saturday and Sunday both weekends.