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Monday, April 09, 2007

So, last weekend (not Easter weekend) was the show Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at church. It was amazing, but not because we necessarily were so spectacular (although we were) but because everyone had a blast, got into character well, had fun with the show and with each other, worked really hard for a great product and met a bunch of new people of all ages. Here's one of my favorite pictures of the women's chorus laughing during rehearsal...



Here's another good one. This is of my new friend Joe H. He played Levi or one of the brothers (I kind of got them all confused. One night "Dasher" even made it into the show. Of course, this was a combo of Dan and Asher, but since Santa isn't in the Old Testament, Dasher didn't make much sense).



From a lawyer to a middle school student, many people were involved...



and many friendships were developed...



All in all it was a huge success on so many levels as a church production. But perhaps one of my favorite parts about "Joseph" was that in brought in both my parents and my sister Amy. Congrats mom and dad, in 28 and 5/6 years, you haven't missed a show yet! Let's keep it that way! :)

1 comment:

sarah said...

nothing like the bond of theater, right? gah i miss those days.

i'm so glad the show was such a success!