Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2000)
as The Narrator
as Pharaoh, Pharoah
as Mrs. Potiphar, Mrs. Potipher
as The Baker
Critic Reviews for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
A sweet, candy-colored confection for the entire family.
Stagey production w/enthusiastic Donny Osmond.
Audience Reviews for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
ofcourse well i thought it was good great musical funny donny osmond is pretty cute in it aswell so yh if you havent seen it it reli is a must see
Satan saw this movie and had nightmares! It's gay... and I don't mean happy.
Lovely! A tribute to the classic 60's play "Joseph and Amazing the Technicolor Dreamcoat" with Donny Osmond; he is the ultimate Joseph! There are nice appearances by Joan Collins and Richard Attenborough. The narrator, Maria Freidman, is a sweet lady who articulates the story nicely along. There are great catchy songs, done in different musical genres (western, opera, rock, orchestral...) The sound mix is odd; some of the voices on the recording do not come through loud enough; and it's not just my copy or home theatre setup! I noticed they also did not include the mega-mix dance finale on the filmed version unfortunately. There are lots of bright colors - partially blame the coat! The sets are great too, going much deeper and wider than a school stage. I loved the framing device of a auditorium performance; it really brings it back to its roots. I remember our school doing this musical when I was in grade 4. I also remember seeing this live in Edmonton with Donny on stage.
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