Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoat-Part 6(Poor Poor Joseph)
Next day, far from home
The brothers planned the repulsive crime
LG and Clyde
Let us grab him now
Do him in, while we've got the time
Lincoln: Hi guys!
LG and Clyde: (greeted him) GRAB HIM!!!!
(They beat him up)
This they did and made the most of it
Tore his coat and flung him in a pit
LG and Clyde
Let us leave him here
All alone and he's bound to die
Then some Ishmaelites
A hairy crew came riding by
(They went in slow motion as Peg Leg Pete and Bluto comes by on a camel)
In a flash
The brothers changed their plan
Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoat-Part 5(Jospeh's Dreams)
Joseph's coat annoyed his brothers
LG and Clyde
But what makes us mad
Are the things that Joseph tells us
Of the Dreams he's often had!
(As Lincoln was talking about his dream blue ballerinas danced)
I dreamed that in the fields one day
The corn gave me a sign
Your eleven sheaves of corn
All turned and bowed to mine
My sheaf was quite a sight to see
A golden sheaf and tall
Yours were green and second-rate
And really rather small.
LG and Clyde: SMALL?!?!
This is not the kind of thing
Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoat-Part 4(Jospeh's Coat)
Joseph's mother, she was quite my favorite wife
I never really loved another all my life
And Joseph was my joy because
He reminded me of her
Through young Joseph, Jacob lived his youth again
Loved him, praised him, gave him all he could
But then it made the rest feel second best
And even if they were
Loud Girls and Clyde
Being told we're also-rans. Does not make us Joseph fans!
But where they had really missed the boat is.
Loud Girls and Clyde
We're great guys but no-one seems to notice!
Joseph's charm and winning smile
Failed to slay them in the aisle
And his father couldn't see the danger
He could not imagine any danger
He just saw in Joseph all his dreams come true
Jacob wanted to show the world he loved his son
To make it clear that Joseph was the special one
So Jacob bought his son a coat
A multi-colored coat to wear
Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoat-Part 3(Jacob and Sons)
(Ronnie Ann gives Lincoln a coat as she goes on the stage as the background changes to the dessert)
Way way back many centuries ago, Not long after the Bible began. Jacob lived in the land of Canaan, A fine example of a family man.
(Pop Pop comes in as Jacob)
Jacob, Jacob and sons, Depended on farming to earn their keep. Jacob, Jacob and sons, Spends all of his days in the fields with sheep.
(Becky, Carol, Sam, Dana, Terri, Sam, Clover, Alex, Britney, Anna, Elsa, and Moana, comes in as The Brothers wives)
Jacob was the founder of a whole new nation. Thanks to the number of children he had. He was also known as Israel, but most of the time. His sons and his wives used to call him...
Brothers’ Wives and Ronnie Ann
Jacob, Jacob and sons!
Men of the soil, of the sheaf and c
Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoat-Part 2(Any Dream Will Do)
(Ronnie Ann walks to theater entrance and blue smoke appeared and Lincoln came in white clothes walking down the aisle)
I closed my eyes, drew back the curtain. To see for certain what I thought I knew. Far far away, someone was weeping. But the world was sleeping. Any dream will do. (Goes to Molly from Bubble Guppies) I wore my coat...
I wore my coat.
With golden lining...
Bright colors shining, wonderful and new. And in the east, (to Jamzy)
And in the East.
The dawn was breaking...
And the world was waking. Any dream will do. A crash of drums, a flash of light. My golden coat flew out of sight.
Lincoln and Kids
The colors faded into darkness I was left alone!
(Kids gathered around him)
Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoat- Part 1(Prologue)
(At the Mixelopolis School, kids started to comes in to sit down)
Mixel Teacher: (comes in) Everyone, settle down now!
(Kids started to settle down)
Mixel Teacher: Now a special guest coming from the city is here to say a few words. (looks at her watch) Now the question is where is that girl?
(Ronnie Ann comes in fast but drops her book but makes the kids laugh)
Ronnie Ann: Sorry. (stood at the podium) (to Mixel school Teacher) Ready.
Mixel Teacher: (started playing the piano)
Some folks dream of the wonders they'll do. Before their time on this planet is through. Some just don't have anything planned. They hide their hopes and their heads in the sand. Now I don't say who is wrong, who is right. But if by chance you are here for the night. Then all I need is an hour or two. To tell the tale of a dreamer like you. We all
Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoat (Open)
Enjoy this musical perfromance of the story of Joseph and his Dreamcoat. Base on the performance by Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by Andrew Lloyd Webber.