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Andi Cirocco 10/23/07 Joseph and the Technicolor Dream Coat We all pretty much know the story of Joseph and the Technicolor Dream Coat and if you don’t know the story I would not suggest seeing it at Eastern University. The first thing that caught me off guard was the muse. Her hair was too big for her to feel comfortable, at least that is how it looked. The gold dress that she was wearing was also hideous and did not fit right on her body. Also, her voice cracked so often it made me think that the cast partied a little too hard the night before. Her mike cut out many times as well as her voice cracking. The dancers in the play also bugged me. One smiled so much it was all I could concentrate on. I don’t if the director wanted her smile that much or what but it was bothersome to me. The rest of the cast was fine. Not all of the mikes worked all the time but at this point I was
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Unformatted text preview: used to not hearing the songs. The projection signs also messed up a lot and got stuck on one slide for too long. I am not sure what the projection slides were for in the first place. They didn’t make much sense and was pointless to me. The stage wasn’t very decorated either. I thought they could have made the back round more interesting. Overall I thought the best part about the play was the elementary kids. They did a great job. They sang better than most of the cast and looked like they had a better time on stage then the rest of the cast. I was truly impressed with the children. I have no clue why the director even let the play go on with the cast all hung over. You could just tell that they had partied to hard the night before. I would not recommend anyone to see this play at Eastern University....
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