FlashMob: Joseph (Las Vegas)

Regular visitors will know that I am a huge fan of musical theatre and of dancing that’s blocked-out (and thus am drawn to FlashMobs like a moth to a flame) – so you can imagine my glee when I saw that there’d been one done to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

I have to be honest and say that I was rather disappointed with this, and I don’t really think that it worked, despite me willing it to throughout the clip.

That said, if any of the casts of the West End shows are watching… do feel free to stage lots of these around London, if I’m caught in one I’d definitely join in – whether I’ve been choreographed to or not heh!

You may have a different opinion, do feel free to leave a comment on this post with your thoughts.

Original story posted by The Really Useful Group

The Rainbow Company Youth Theatre, one of the longest-running cultural organisations in Las Vegas, is currently staging its own production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (until 13th December) – and the company came up with an amazing technicolor way to promote the show…

At 3pm Saturday, November 21, shoppers at the Fashion Show Mall, just off the Las Vegas Strip, were distracted from their purchases as a familiar track was played on the mall’s sound system – and shortly after, a group of musical theatre actors gave them a surprise performance of the Joseph Megamix.

The Joseph flash mob was the idea of Rainbow Company alumni Callie Mower. The mob itself was made up of members of the Rainbow Company Youth Ensemble, alumni of the Company, the cast members, Rainbow Company staff, fans and volunteers, and was organised and choreographed by students in the Ensemble and alumni.

Thanks to the Rainbow Company for spreading the Joseph word! Find out more by visiting the Rainbow Company website.

About Gari

Northern lad; living out in the Peak District and rediscovering life after having had a brain tumour.

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