Felsted theatre packed to the rafters for Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat
THE Hunt Theatre in Felsted was packed to full capacity as parents, pupils, staff and members of the community enjoyed another fantastic school production. Under the direction of Charles Lee, Felsted School pupils performed Joseph and the Technicolor
THE Hunt Theatre in Felsted was packed to full capacity as parents, pupils, staff and members of the community enjoyed another fantastic school production.
Under the direction of Charles Lee, Felsted School pupils performed Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Sixth Former Ben Gibbon showcased considerable courage and great charm in his performance as Joseph while the narrators, Andrea Smith-Valls and Madelaine Seacombe, sang with quality and confidence.
However, it will be the 11 brothers, fuelled from start to finish with high octane youthful energy and exuberance, who will be remembered by many who were lucky enough to see the show.
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It was quite a community event, with the chorus changing each night; pupils from Flitch Green Primary School, Great Notley Primary School, FKS and Felsted Preparatory School performed the chorus on different nights.
The production ran for five nights and will be taken on tour to the USA in April, where pupils will perform in American High Schools and a high security prison.
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