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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

One of the most popular titles in the catalog, this bright and breezy re-telling of the Bible story of Joseph and his Brothers was the first collaboration of young composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyricist Tim Rice. With a variety of pop styles including calypso, hoedown, French ballad, rock’n’roll, and many more, this show’s youthful and amusing attitude is well reflected in J Branson’s tongue-in-cheek backdrops and props, and in the highly creative costume collection.


Humorous designs built in 1997 and refurbished in 2004, the whole package was given a complete overhaul in 2014. The clever set design is by J Branson.

  • Built: 1997/2014

  • Movement: Fly / crew motivated

  • Offstage space: 16’ SR & SL / 10'x30’ US

  • Number of Trucks: *

  • # Line sets used: 23

  • Groundrow: None

  • Portals: None / used house goods

  • Load-in crew: 8-carp / 4- elec / 2-prop / 3-fly

  • Load-in time:

  • Show crew: 4-carp / 2-elec / 2-prop

  • Fly crew: 3

*See Space requirements for Logistic Requirements


The original costume design by Shawn Adrian DeCou has been augmented by additional designs by Debbie Roberts and Amber Creasser. (Costume choices now include various options for some characters, as a result.)

  • Built: 1997/2014

  • Supported cast:  6-principals / 13-male / 13-female / kid choir

  • Shipping: 4-gondolas / 1-hamper

  • Alterations: Some

  • Principal size range: Small/med/large

  • # Ensemble Bottoms: See above

  • # Ensemble Tops: See above

  • Shoes: None

  • Wigs: None