February 2022 - Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Delighted to be back in rehearsal and so looking forward to returning to the Wyllyotts stage in February, the company are busy revising their colours and reacquainting themselves with their moves.

The story of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, told by Narrators Fiona Adams and Heather Jordan, features Chris Lucas as Joseph, Paul St James as Jacob, Chris Andrews as Pharaoh, Howard Wright as Potiphar and Diane Carr as Mrs Potiphar.  Joseph's brothers are played by Stephen Addison, Zachary Barber, David Barton, Sam Buckingham, Tony Khublall, Henry Martin, David Morgan, Will Navesey, Lucas Salinger, Will Smith and Pete Town, supported by their wives Kirsty Ellis-Hall, Alice May Erman, Holly Macer, Mandy Orchard, Cera Rose Pickering, Katrina Stokes, Rachael Timberlake and Adrienne Viall. All other parts are played by Liz Gola, Gillian Johnson, Sue Neilson, Terry Salkeld and members of the company.

The show is directed by John Hebden with choreography by Michelle Loader.  Musical direction is by Susana Tierney who is joining Green Room for the first time.


Previously: November 2019 - 42nd Street

"A musical theatre masterclass..."

"Ridiculously gorgeous dancing"

"OMG... what a show!"

"Sparkling, slick and dazzling production!"

Following hard on the heels of the recent west end revival, our audiences were buzzing with praise for Green Room's November 2019 sellout production of 42nd Street.

Here is a little reminder of our fabulous cast led by Lucy Jayne Buckley as Peggy Sawyer, Philip Halpin as Julian Marsh, Julie Lilley as Dorothy Brock and Matt Fowler as Billy Lawlor.  Also featured are Sophie Sawtell (Maggie Jones), Paul St James (Bert Barry), Gareth Edwards (Andy Lee), Lucy Wicks (Lorraine Fleming), Claire Andrews (Phyllis Dale), Charlotte Louise Humphreys (Anytime Annie), Howard Wright (Mac), Dereck Cross (Abner Dillon), Alastair Woodgate (Pat Denning) and Tom Knowles (Oscar). All other parts are played by the ensemble of Zachary Barber, David Barton, John Issac, Kirsty Ellis-Hall, Alice May Erman, Kat Jackson, Heather Jordan, Michelle Loader, Chris Lucas, Will Navesey, Sue Neilson, Mandy Orchard, Lauren Jane Price, Jemma Puri, Jennifer Richards, Beckie Rowley, Sandra Rowley, Terry Salkeld and Katrina Stokes.

Make sure you turn up the volume to hear the fantastic tapping!

Green Room's 42nd Street was directed by John Hebden, joined by choreographer Paula Bland and musical director Tony Rickard.  

 

Turn up the volume!