The musical, which opens March 3 following previews that begin Feb. 13, retells the biblical story of Joseph, his 11brothers and his coat of many colors. The many famous songs include "Any Dream Will Do" and "Close Every Door to Me." Design is by Sean Cavanagh with choreography by Henry Metcalfe, musical direction by David Steadman and lighting design by Nick Richings.
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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat was first performed at Colet Court School in 1968. The first stage production was at The Young Vic in 1972 which subsequently transferred to The Edinburgh Festival and from there to The Roundhouse and Albery Theatre in 1973.
Bill Kenwright's record-breaking touring production has attracted an audience of over 15 million people throughout its 20-year run. It has a place in The Guinness Book of Records for the world's longest-running touring musical. This production though, is entirely new, and has been mounted specifically for the West End New London season.