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    When the bell rang I went to my locker, got my stuff, and darted down the stairs to see if I made into the musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. First thing that I saw was the crowd of students in front of the VPA board. I looked around I saw many different reactions. After I saw my name on the list I was excited but a little bit scared. I thought to myself after I saw my name that this might change me as a person. Next Tuesday... the bell rang time to go the first rehearsal for

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    When I think of a place where I am perfectly content, I immediately think of the stage. No matter what I’m doing, who I’m with, or how I feel, the second I step onto a stage I feel at peace. The pressures and pains of the real world go away for an hour or two, and I get to step into a different world that is far bigger than my own. Anything that has to deal with live performance (whether it be acting, singing or dancing) gives me a rush and makes me feel alive and happy. By doing live theatre, I

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    Biblical Story The story of Joseph and Potiphar's wife is told in the first book of the Bible, Genesis, Chapter 39. Joseph was sold into slavery by his brothers and bought by Potiphar, a high-ranking official in the Pharaoh's service. The Lord was with Joseph and gave him success in everything he did. This pleased Potiphar and before long Joseph was given the highest position in the household, and left in charge when Potiphar was away. Now Potiphar's wife found Joseph to be very good looking and

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    Joseph and The Technicolor dream coat:: spotlight little theatre. This striking production retold the Biblical story of Joseph, and his coat of numerous colours and his betrayal by his eleven jealous brothers. Everything about the show was enthusiastic, from the size of the cast , which included a children's choir, to the size of the smiles on people's faces as the lights went up at the end. The story is based on the Biblical story of Joseph, found in the book of Genesis. It is set in a frame

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    Genesis chronicle a portion of the life of Joseph, the eleventh, and most favored, son of Jacob. “The book of Genesis is an account of the creation of the universe (Genesis 1-2), the origins of human communities (Genesis 3-11), and the beginnings of the people set apart by God (Genesis 12-50)” (Hauer and Young 67). The Joseph story begins in chapter thirty-seven, and spans nearly fourteen full chapters; the book ends, in chapter fifty, with the death of Joseph. The narrative of Joseph’s life is well

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    her soft looking skin and tender face as she stares longingly up at Joseph. Then her figure falls back into the painting as her pale flesh tones coupled with swirling velvet garments around her body create a surreal setting. She is at once real and unreal. Her features are relaxed, but her intentions are aggressive. Potiphar’s wife embodies the mystery Reni saw in women, capable of being at once threatening and innocent. Joseph, like Reni, is both opposed to Potiphar’s wife and at the same time

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    Andrew Lloyd Webber was born on March 22, 1948. He composed many musicals throughout his lifetime including; “Evita”, “Phantom of the Opera”, and “Cats”. Webber grew up in South Kensington to parents William who was a professional in theory and composition at the Royal College of Music in England and Jean who was a singer and a violinist in the same school. By age three Webber was playing the violin. Then by age six he composed his own songs. Then by age nine he had a piece of music published in

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    Andrew Lloyd Webber is regarded as one of the most popular names in musical theatre history, as he has a wide variety of famous shows under his name and with any truly, great name comes a humble background. Webber was born in London, England, in 1948, to William and Jean Webber, two very talented musicians themselves. Andrew’s younger brother Julian is also a well-known composer, but it was their father that Andrew was inspired by. Webber started to play every instrument his parents could teach him

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    The world around us seems so impossibly large that it becomes hard to imagine. Only those people who have been to space have witnessed the true magnitude of the Earth in person. It all seems so big, but relative to everything else, we are simply a small speck in the cosmic infiniteness. This sense of isolationism is present in Thornton Wilder’s hit play Our Town. The play also touches on how the life you lived means the most to you, in how Emily responded when she watched a day in her old life. This

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    Jerry Herman is a composer and lyricist known for making the iconic musicals Hello, Dolly!, Mame. and La Cage aux Folles. Unlike other composers of the era, such as Kander and Ebb, Jerry Herman did not want to concern himself with writing more serious music for musicals. He longed to write music that was similar to that of the Gershwins and similar artists of time before the Golden Age (Ruhlmann). Instead of being controversial or new for the time period, he made sure his music had a more upbeat

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