Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

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    On Monday, March 7, 2016 at 7:30 pm, I attended the Broadway play called, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Heymann Performing Arts Center. In particular, I am not a huge fan of musicals, decided to see the anyway on the recommendation of a childhood friend. Despite my reservations to view a musical, I truly enjoyed all that the performance had to offer. Some main points of the play that interested me were the amazing use of lighting, how well the costume designs were executed and how well the songs fit with the production. First, the lighting was used to indicate times of the day and the locations, such as intensified orange and red lights in the background to signify the blazing sun in the desert. A bluish purple hue of…

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    Throughout Joseph’s lifetime, it is plain to see that he was a godly man. He is very well known for his coat of many colors, but his life story goes deeper than just a colorful piece of fabric. Joseph is one character in the Bible who shows strong faith and obedience in times of despair. He is a genuine example of how Christians today should go about confronting their personal trials. The story of Joseph and his coat of many colors has little to do with his coat over the course of his entire…

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    Andrew Lloyd Webber got into the show business world by being raised a musical family. His father, William Lloyd Webber, was a composer and professor at Royal College of Music, while his mother, Jean Hermione Johnstone, was a piano teacher. Even as a small child he composed his own music. His younger brother, Julian, and him would put on “shows” when they were children. Their aunt Viola would often help and later introduced Webber to theatre. Andrew Lloyd Webber met Tim Rice in 1965, and the…

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    gospel. After the new composition, the show made its off-Broadway debut in 1971. The show has had many other productions, including London in 1971, Toronto in 1972, South Africa in 1973, on Broadway in 1976 and 2011, and off Broadway in 1988 and 2000. The stage production was also adapted for the cinematic universe in the 1973 movie. It has since become one of the most well known musicals in the past fifty years. Before it became the well-known rock opera it is today, Jesus Christ…

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    Musical Theater Analysis

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    Even though there have been a few numbers of local production established, such as Laskar Pelangi The Musical, Musikal Sekolahan, Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, most of them are not exposed nation-wide and not fully funded, most of the musical theatre community in Jakarta are non-profit organisations, which result in very little amount of audience and the inability to perform with maximum potential. Each person has their own unique interest in art, in a way musical theatre has its…

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    the electric guitar, but styles start to drastically change as the show persists. The first example of ‘play’ within the sub-genre, is seen in “Today 4 U”, an up-beat techno dance number performed by the lovable drag queen, Angel. This change in genre isn’t executed to send the story in a new direction, but is applied rather to underscore the essence of the scene and the character who’s performing within it. This is seen further in “Ill Cover You”, a love duet between Angel and Collins which…

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