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Love at First Sight! Take a Look at the Cast of Joseph at the Rose Center Theater in Orange County!

Prepare to shimmy down to Canaan and shake your tambourine, because the Rose Center Theater is about to erupt in a kaleidoscope of music, laughter, and pure theatrical joy! Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's iconic musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, is gracing our stage, and the cast is poised to steal your heart (and maybe even your coat… but we'll get to that later).


This isn't your average biblical story; think Elvis meets Egypt, with a dash of Hollywood glam thrown in for good measure. Buckle up for toe-tapping tunes, side-splitting comedy, and a heartwarming tale of forgiveness and family that will resonate with audiences of all ages. But before the curtain rises, let's meet the incredible performers who will bring this vibrant production to life!



Shining like a Dream: Our Leading Lad, Mikey Smith

In the coveted role of Joseph, we have the charismatic Mikey Smith. His powerful vocals and infectious stage presence will make you believe he truly received divine inspiration for those dream interpretations. Watch him rise from favored son to betrayed brother, enslaved servant, and ultimately, savior of Egypt, all with a twinkle in his eye and a song in his heart.


Narrating the Journey: A Trio of Guiding Voices

Guiding us through Joseph's epic journey are the versatile Kristin Caputo, the dynamic Selena Ceja, and the effervescent Colette Peters. These talented narrators will weave humor, wisdom, and a touch of sass into the tapestry of the story, ensuring that every twist and turn keeps you engaged.


Pharaoh's Powerhouse: Vincent Aniceto as the Regal Ruler

Behold, the majestic Pharaoh! Vincent Aniceto exudes regal charisma as the powerful Egyptian leader who relies on Joseph's dream-deciphering skills to save his kingdom from famine. Prepare to be wowed by his commanding presence and booming voice, fit for a ruler who demands Technicolor dreams (and maybe a catchy pop tune or two).


From Father to Forgiver: Patrick O'Connor as the Patriarch Jacob

The ever-loving (and slightly bewildered) Jacob is brought to life by the seasoned actor Patrick O'Connor. Witness his struggles as he grapples with favoritism, betrayal, and ultimately, reconciliation with his beloved son. His heartfelt portrayal will remind us of the complexities of family dynamics and the power of forgiveness.


From Envy to Redemption: The Brothers Take the Stage

Get ready for some sibling rivalry, served with a generous side of musicality! Each brother brings their own unique personality and vocal stylings to the stage, from the brooding Reuben (Edward Bangasser) to the scheming Simeon (Ray Tezanos) and the hilarious Levi (Spencer Sharp). Together, they create a dynamic ensemble that will have you laughing, cringing, and ultimately, cheering for their redemption.


And There's More!

This is just a taste of the incredible talent that graces the Rose Center stage. From the captivating Brother's Wives and the energetic Ensemble to the adorable Youth Ensemble and the heart-melting Kids Chorus, every performer brings their own magic to the production.


Don't Just Dream It, Do It!

Ready to witness this vibrant spectacle firsthand? Tickets are selling fast, so don't wait to secure your spot in the front row! Get your tickets HERE or by clicking the banner below, and prepare to be swept away by a musical whirlwind of faith, forgiveness, and, of course, the most amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat you've ever seen. Remember, this dream won't last forever, and tickets are disappearing faster than Joseph's coat, so grab your tickets today and join us for a night of laughter, music, and pure theatrical joy!


PERFORMANCES WITH THE BEST AVAILABLE SEATS

Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM

February 16-17, 23-24, and March 1-2



Keywords: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Rose Center Theater, Musical, Orange County, Theater, Singing, Dancing, Acting, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice, Family, Kids, Church, Christianity, Religion

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