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Directing Resume

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Production Information

Joseph and the
  Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

By Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice

Directed by Gregg W. Brevoort

Fort Salem Theatre

Salem, NY

Design / Production Team

Choreography

Set Design

Costume Design
 

Lighting Design
Stage Manager

Michael Ellison

Jeremy Barnett

Barbara Durrin
  & Kathy Bain

Jennifer Luck

Jennifer Luck

CAST

Joseph

Narrator

Jacob

Potiphar

Mrs. Potiphar

Potiphar’s Back-up Dancers

Baker

Butler

Pharaoh’s Back up Singers


 

Stephen Lydic

Heather Mayes

Charlie Murn

Scott Michael Harris

Samantha Butler

Michael Ellison, Jonathan J. Miller

Zakk Eastman

Aaron White

Michael Cassara, Jonathan J. Mills,
Stephen Rogers, Katy Frame,
Katie Kemple, Ashley Wallace

Brothers

Reuben

Simeon

Levi

Napthali

Isaachar

Asher

Dan

Zebulun

Gad

Benjamin

Judah

Jonathan J. Mills

Zakk Eastman

Aaron White

Michael Cessara

Todd Ritz

Steve Scholtens

Michael Ellison

Scott Harris

Brad Hamilton

Nathan Norcross

Stephen Rogers

Wives

Jennifer Borntraeger, Bridget Dunigan, Katy Frame, Lauren Hauser, Katie Kemple, Jill Skivington, Ashley Wallace

Children’s Chorus

Gracie Lynn Besse, Lillian Borntraeger, Taylor Brandt, Maureen Cossey, Sara Craft, Tanya N. Ellison, Hailie McLenithan, Jessica O’Keefe, Lucianna O’Keefe, Heather Reece, Becca Rogers, Patricia Russo, Matthew Scholtens, Sarada A. Setchfield, Katie Tifft, Steven Wheat, Joanna Wilbur

Reviews

the Eagle
Fort Salem Shines With The Amazing Technicolors Of Joseph And His Coat

– “Be prepared to laugh, clap and be surprised at how quickly this light-hearted tale of sibling rivalry moves along”

– “…demonstrating once again that Fort Salem Theatre really has the ability to attract some impressive talent”

– “Quite fun to watch”

– “It's fun, it’s interesting, it moves quickly and it entertains – everything you should expect from a couple of hours of summertime diversion!”

 

The Post*Star
Fort Salem's 'Joseph' Offers A Variety Of Fun

– “But Brevoort, who directed the widely acclaimed "Redwood Curtain" at the Dorset Theatre Festival, knows his craft well”

– “He has his large cast thoroughly and excitingly in the spirit”

– “The most awesome factor is the production's spontaneity and liveliness”

– “…an evening of rousing fun!

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