The Murray Arts Council will present as its annual summer musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamboat, June 20-26 (excluding Sunday) at the Murray Park Amphitheater.
Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd created a hilarious as well as touching musical production of the Biblical tale of Joseph and his 11 jealous brothers and his coat of many colors. An immediate hit decades ago and ever since, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor comes to live again at the Murray Park Amphitheater, 450 East 5300 South, June 20-23 and 24-26, at 8 p.m.
The Murray Arts in the Park production offers a talented cast of about 50 talented adult actors and a youth chorus. You may even see a live camel on stage carrying Joseph to Egypt. Lynn Chatterton and Mike Romney are directing and choreographing the production. The title role is played by Benjamin Stanford. The narrators are Alana Woodbury and Lauren Benjamin-Smith.
Tickets are $10. They can be purchased at the gate, at the Murray Parks and Recreation Office in the park, and online at murrayartscouncil.org/tickets. It is open seating.