Joseph and his gorgeous colored coat: a revival of Seventies’ tattoos and triangles


The 1970s were alive and well on the stage of the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. There’s nothing in this London touring Palladium production that doesn’t feel like home in a decade where flavors are forgotten. This musical, full of catchy tunes, is based on the story of Joseph, son of Jacob, in the Book of Genesis. It was created as a school show by writer Tim Rice and composer Andrew Lloyd Webber when they were just entering their teens. The 35-minute version made its professional debut in 1972, and it evolved throughout that decade.

inzi Hateley plays the Narrator, who initially appeared as a school teacher, telling the kids an Old Testament biblical story: Jacob favored Joseph over his 11 other sons. , thus awakening their jealousy so they sold him as a slave in Egypt. Hateley’s performance is absolutely breathtaking. The whole show is simultaneously glorifying and glorifying itself: the 2020s’ sense of self-doubt is overpowered by 1970s spoilers and party fanatics.

https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/theatre-arts/joseph-and-his-amazing-technicolor-dreamcoat-revival-glows-with-seventies-sass-and-spangles-41906181.html Joseph and his gorgeous colored coat: a revival of Seventies’ tattoos and triangles

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