Drury Lane Theatre's 2017–2018 season will conclude with Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Directed by Alan Souza with choreography by Grady M. Bowman, performances are scheduled for January 19–March 25, 2018, at Drury Lane.
Forbidden Broadway favorite Christina Bianco will star as the Narrator with Evan Alexander Smith in the title role.
The cast will also feature Colte Julian as Jacob/Potiphar/Pharaoh, E. Clayton Cornelious as Judah, Nick Cosgrove as Levi, Paul-Jordan Jansen as Rueben, and Darcy Jo Wood (standby for the Narrator). The ensemble is comprised of Anthony Avino, Nathanial Braga, Tony Carter, Lexis Danca, Jed Feder, Nathan Fister, Alejandro Fonseca, Brad Giovanine, Rachel Hafell, Julia Klavans, Nich O’Neil, Kevin Neitzel, Lindsay Loretta Prerost, James Monroe Števko, Cara Salerno, and Anthony Sullivan Jr.
The creative team also includes music director and co-music arranger Alan Bukowiecki, scenic designer Kevin Depinet, costume designer Ryan Park, lighting designer Lee Fiskness, sound designer Ray Nardelli, projection designer Kevan Loney, and wig and hair designer and Claire Moores. The production stage manager is Larry Baker.
The theatre is located at 100 Drury Lane in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois. For more information visit DruryLaneTheatre.com.