Journey to the sands of ancient Egypt. Joseph is a dreamer and an interpreter of dreams and his coat of many colors make him the envy of his brothers. They sell him into slavery and ultimately Joseph is imprisoned. Things take a turn however, when the all powerful Pharaoh is troubled by dreams and Joseph interprets Pharaoh’s dream and saves Egypt. Written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. This fun family musical is told through a wide range of musical styles including Elvis inspired rock ‘n’ roll, 1920’s Charleston, calypso and disco.
“A dream ticket” - THE SUN
“A reminder of how talented Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber are” - DAILY EXPRESS
“A heavenly triumph” - EVENING STANDARD
“Joseph is a triumph” - THE OBSERVER
Kristin in thrilled to be performing a 'dream role' - the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat.
Kristin's performance career has been a colourful one ranging from straight plays to musical theatre (comedy, dramatic and MEGA-MUSICAL) to opera. Some of her favourite credits include: Rosie in The Lord of the Rings (Mirvish-World Premiere), Mrs. Johnstone in Blood Brothers (Thousand Islands Playhouse), Nellie in Leo, the Royal CadetOklahoma! (Drayton Entertainment), Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors (Stage West Calgary), Lucilla in Anne of Green Gables (Grand Theatre London), and Sister Mary Amnesia in Nunsense (Stage West Calgary/Mississauga and Theatre in Port). She has had the pleasure of playing Woman 2 in I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Drayton Entertainment), Cicely Pigeon in The Odd Couple (Drayton Entertainment), and has appeared at The Stratford Shakespeare Festival in The Scarlett Pimpernel and The Threepenny Opera. (Toronto Operetta Theatre)
An operatic soprano, Kristin studies voice in Toronto, and also runs her own in-home personal training business (www.kaygtraining.com).
Thanks so much to Sandy Thorburn for the incredible faith and support, my friends, my family and my Kevin.
Adrian Marchuk has worked in theatres from the Yukon to the Bahamas and most places in between. Most recently he played the falsetto-singing Frankie Valli in the Toronto and Las Vegas companies of Jersey Boys, and in a few months he'll be heading to Vancouver to play the lead in the Western Canada premiere of the Tony Award-winning musical, The Light in the Piazza.
When he's not traveling around doing shows, Adrian can be found in Toronto where he works as an accompanist and vocal coach, and where he enjoys spending time with Alexa and Bailey, the two ladies in his life. He is also the creator of a new musical show, The Sweetest Sounds, which was produced in Toronto last November and is currently in development.
Adrian is honoured to be leading the first production of Silvermist/Golden Horseshoe Productions, and to be inaugurating the new stage at the Scotiabank Convention Centre.