Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat sounded too good to be true, but it sure met and exceeded the high expectations already set.
With incredible casting – I definitely fan-girled for Paulini and Shane Crawford – the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical wowed the crowd at every turn.
In terms of prep-work before attending the show, I quickly flicked to the story of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat in my eldest son’s Minecraft bible. Yes, it’s a thing. Yes, I totally recommend using the Minecraft bible at some point in your life.
My second point of attack was to show the kids the film, Joseph: King of Dreams.
Fun from the start
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat welcomes guests to the Regent Theatre, Melbourne with a stunning technicoloured carpet. The wave of colours doesn’t end there, though. The crowd was filled with rainbow jackets and stunning outfits that sure give Joseph’s dreamcoat a run for its money.
Having a cast made up heavily of kids, the show had everyone besotted by the talent of so many youngsters – particularly Potiphar.
Decked out for all ages
An outing to a show in the city sometimes seem like a gamble. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat had the whole family in mind and got the recipe for a fun night out just right.
Adults and kids can be sure to rock their socks off at the show. It’s got it all.
Vibrant colours everywhere? Check.
Kids absolutely rocking it on stage? Check.
Merchandise sure to please the whole family? Check.
Paulini’s narration, that to be honest, I could do with in the background of my entire life? Double check.
Securing your spot at the show
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