Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
AUGUST 12 – 18
Originally written by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber as a children’s oratorio, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat has, in time, expanded to become one of the most beloved shows ever. The story of Jacob, his 12 sons, and the amazing Technicolor adventures of Joseph features a multi-colored score of favorites including “Any Dream Will Do,” “Go, Go, Go Joseph” and “Close Every Door.” The first Muny production in a decade, audiences are guaranteed a night of big Muny family joy – with, of course, a megamix!
Lyrics by Tim Rice
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Little Bit Foundation Coat Drive
This summer, The Muny is partnering with The Little Bit Foundation for a coat drive during the run of Joseph, August 12-18.
At each performance you will find collecting stations near The Muny Main Box Office and in Lichtenstein Plaza (Free seat area). Don’t let a child go to school this fall and winter without a jacket. Help the St. Louis community by donating a new coat and ensuring every child stays warm.
OR donate directly through The Little Bit Foundation Amazon Wishlist!
Thank you to Hogan Transportation for being a promotional partner for this coat drive.
Supporting Show Sponsors
New Season Tickets available until June 10.
Single Tickets on sale now!
Muny: Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Topher), Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Prince Eric), Mamma Mia! (Sky), Into the Woods (Jack), Muny Magic at the Sheldon. He most recently starred as Rafa Caparros in the Gossip Girl revival from HBO Max. Broadway: Bring It On: The Musical (Randall), Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. New York: Evita (Che) and Call Me Madam (Kenneth) for NY City Center Encores!; 50th Anniversary Concert of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Lincoln Center), Renascence (Transport Group). TV: Love Life, NBC’s Peter Pan Live! Regional: Disney’s Freaky Friday, A Bronx Tale and The Prince of Egypt (US and Denmark).
recently finished her acclaimed solo show at Carnegie Hall. Broadway: Wicked (Elphaba, tour and 15th Anniversary Broadway company), Fiddler on the Roof (Fruma-Sarah), Finding Neverland and The Bridges of Madison County. Jessica played the Narrator in the 50th Anniversary Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Lincoln Center), created the role of Aunt Val in the world premiere of Becoming Nancy and starred in Something to Dance About, a Jerome Robbins tribute with the New York City Ballet. She also dazzled in the Grammy-nominated San Francisco Symphony’s West Side Story (Anita). Her independently produced albums Wild and Free and A Very Coco Christmas appeared on Billboard and iTunes Charts and are available on all streaming platforms. Vosk started with a finance career before taking a leap to the Broadway stage, and her story has been featured on ABC’s 20/20 and NBC’s Nightly News.
Eric Jordan Young
is an accomplished producer, director, choreographer, playwright and songwriter with TV, Broadway (Ragtime, Chicago, Seussical, The Look of Love), off-Broadway, regional (NYSF, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Alliance Theatre), national tour (Chicago, Ragtime, Dreamgirls) and commercial credits. Las Vegas: Cocktail Cabaret (Caesars Palace), Rock of Ages (The Venetian, Rio), Shakin’ (Planet Hollywood), Chicago (Mandalay Bay), Starlight Express (Las Vegas Hilton) and Vegas! The Show. Eric has performed with the Atlanta Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, Chicago Philharmonic and the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall. His solo album Once In A Lifetime, was produced by his company EnJoY! Productions and his one-man musical Sammy & Me won ArtVoice and Salt Awards. Associate Director: Footloose (Norwegian Cruise Lines) and the immersive production of Rock of Ages (Hollywood). Eric recently joined the teaching faculty in the Theatre Department at Long Island University.
is so pleased to be returning to The Muny! Muny: Smokey Joe’s Café, Jesus Christ Superstar, Muny Magic at the Sheldon. Broadway: Motown The Musical and Hair. Other theatre credits include Songs for a New World (Encores! Off-Center and cast recording) and The Book of Mormon (first national tour). Mykal is an award-winning actor and a Grammy and NAACP Image Award nominated singer/songwriter for his album A Man Born Black and was most recently seen on his American tour of The Man in the Barbershop. Film/TV: Collateral Beauty, NBC’s Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert and The Wiz Live!
Rounding Out The Company
Rounding out the company are Gabriel Amato, Becca Andrews, Matthew Davies, Drew Elhamalawy, Sean Ewing, Anna Gassett, Michael Hartung, Darron Hayes, Sydney Jones, Evan Kinnane, Kamal Lado, Ben Lanham, Marissa Levesque, Tiffany Rae Mallari, UJ Mangune, Sarah Meahl, Natalia Nieves-Melchor, Erica Messonnier, Collin Milfort, Harris Milgrim, Hayley Podschun, Spencer Ramirez, Emilie Renier, Blakely Slaybaugh and Hannah Whitley.
The company will also be joined by the Muny Kids and Teens youth ensembles.
is thrilled to return to The Muny after directing Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Paint Your Wagon, Jersey Boys and choreographing Young Frankenstein. In New York City, Josh directed and choreographed Mack & Mabel and Grand Hotel (NY City Center Encores!) and staged the critically-acclaimed production of The Who’s Tommy (The Kennedy Center). Other directing credits include: Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville and Guys and Dolls (Old Globe), Spamalot (5th Avenue Theatre), Show Boat (Bucks County Playhouse) and Hair, The Sound of Music, Guys and Dolls and Evita (Asolo Repertory). Broadway (Choreographer): Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, It Shoulda Been You, First Date and Bright Star. London’s West End (Choreographer): Carousel (English National Opera) and Sweeney Todd starring Emma Thompson. Other choreography credits include the filmed production of Company, starring Neil Patrick Harris, Sondheim: The Birthday Concert (PBS) and Doctor Dolittle (UK tour). Josh is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan.
Associate Director/Choreographer: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Paint Your Wagon, Jersey Boys (Muny). . Broadway (Associate Choreographer): Bright Star, It Shoulda Been You, First Date, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Other: Carousel (English National Opera), Mack & Mabel, Grand Hotel and Big River (NY City Center Encores!), The Sound of Music, Evita (Asolo Repertory), Guys and Dolls (Old Globe, Asolo Repertory), Spamalot, Paint Your Wagon (5th Avenue Theatre), On the Town (LA Philharmonic), Company (Avery Fisher Hall), Minsky’s (Ahmanson Theatre). Television: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS), Hatfields and McCoys (NBC), Alpha House (Amazon Studios). Direction: NBC Upfront (Radio City Music Hall), The Little Mermaid (Casa Mañana), First Date (Straz Center), Divas for Democracy (StageIt). Broadway (Performer): Elf, Spamalot, Wonderful Town, Kiss Me, Kate.
is an NYC-based music director, pianist and arranger. On Broadway, he has worked as the associate conductor of The Cher Show, as well as a sub on The Band’s Visit and Tootsie. He has music supervised and written new arrangements for several shows including Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (The Muny), The Sound of Music, Evita (Asolo Rep), Guys and Dolls and Hair (Old Globe). Other regional credits include Paint Your Wagon (The Muny), Songs for a New World (Paper Mill Playhouse), Bliss (5th Avenue), Footloose (Kennedy Center), Stars of David (DR2 Theatre), Bells Are Ringing (Berkshire Theatre Festival), The Rocky Horror Show (Bucks County Playhouse), Johnny Baseball (Williamstown Theatre Festival) and Les Misérables (Dallas Theater Center).