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Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Cast

Zack Wilson
  Zack is a newcomer to the HCT Stage.  Some of Zack’s favorite roles:  ‘Tony’ West Side Story, ‘Chad’ All Shook Up and ‘Joseph’ Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.  Zack has quite a bit of dance experience, having been seen on ABC’s Dance War:  Bruno vs. Carrie Ann, in 2008.  He was a featured dancer in Disney’s High School Musical 3, as well as Zac Efron’s stand in for choreography.  Zack received his formal dance training from Center Stage Performing Arts Studio.  He was also a member of BYU’s Young Ambassadors and toured to China.  Zack graduated from UVU with a degree in Communications and currently works as a broker, specializing in Medical Malpractice insurance.  “Come what may and love it.” – Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin

Amelia Rose Moore
  Amelia was most recently seen on the HCT stage as ‘Dorcus’ in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, ‘Belle’ in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and as ‘Belle/Laundress’ in our A Christmas Carol.  Other favorite roles:  ‘Grizette’ The Merry Widow (Utah Opera), ‘Narrator’ Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (HCTO), ‘Gloria Thorpe’ Damn Yankees and on the HCT stage as ‘Belle/Laundress’ A Christmas Carol and an ‘Alabama Lamb’ Big Fish.  Amelia has also performed at Kingsbury Hall, Abravanel Hall, The Grand Theatre and the Ellen Eccles Theater in Logan.  Amelia holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Musical Theater from Weber State University and works as an aide in a Special Ed classroom at Highland Park Elementary.  “Thanks to Jennie, Cory and Dave for trusting me with this role, and to my friends and family for the love and support!  Enjoy the show!”

David T. Glaittli
Jacob / Potiphar
  David was most recently seen as ‘Lumiere’ in HCT’s Beauty & the Beast.  He’s also been seen on the HCT stage in Peter and the Starcatcher, Over the River and Through the Woods and Les Mis é rables, which he considers to be one of the most amazing theatrical experiences of his life.  Other favorite roles:  ‘Professor Porter’ Tarzan, ‘Franklin Hart’ 9 to 5 The Musical, ‘Don Alejandro’ Zorro the Musical, ‘Alfred P. Doolittle’ My Fair Lady, ‘Cardinal Richelieu’ The Three Musketeers, ‘Lazar Wolf’ Fiddler on the Roof and ‘Elton’ The Scarlet Pimpernel.  David’s first musical on the HCT stage was Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, which he feels fortunate to be a part of.  “Here we go again!  Forgiveness is a virtue of the brave.”

Bryan Matthew Hague

  Bryan’s been away from the HCT stage for a few years and we’re happy to have him back.  Favorite roles:  ‘Ben Whitledge’ No Time for Sergeants, ‘Robbie Hart’ The Wedding Singer and ‘Rapunzel’s Prince’ Into The Woods, all on the HCT Stage; Witchapalooza at The Gathering Place and ‘Jimmy Harper’ Reefer Madness at the Egyptian Theatre.  Bryan holds a Bachelor of Music in Commercial Music from UVU and is a music producer, arranger and composer.  “Life moves pretty fast.  If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”

Darin Stites
  Darin is no stranger to the HCT stage, whether on the stage or backstage as one of our stage crew. Darin has been seen on many stages around the Salt Lake Valley and lists as some of his favorites:  Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (HCT), The Drowsy Chaperone (CPT), Fiddler on the Roof (HCT), Phantom (HCT), The Civil War (HCT), The Slipper and the Rose (HCT), Hello, Dolly!, Gershwin Music Revue (RMT), The Scarlet Pimpernel (HCT), Guys and Dolls (HCT), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (HCT), Camelot (RMT), The Pirates of Penzance (HCT), My Fair Lady (HCT), Guys and Dolls (PTC) and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at HCT and twice at SLCC.  Darin attended the U of U and has worked for O. C. Tanner Company for 30 years.  “Feeling honored and thankful to have performed in the first JOSEPH on this stage, and now the last JOSEPH on this stage.  Thank you Director’s for believing in me!  I dedicate this show to my sister Sheree.  Love you and miss you!”

Matt Baxter
Simeon / Baker
  Matt was most recently seen as ‘Lafe/Counselor Robinson’ in last season’s Big River.  Matt has also been seen on the HCT stage as ‘George’ in The Wedding Singer.  He lists as favorite roles:  ‘Pseudolus’ A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (WSU), ‘Jean Valjean’ Les Miserables, ‘Rocky’ Damn Yankees, ‘Duke Mahoney’ Nice Work if You Can Get it and the lead soloist in Smokey Joe’s Café.  Matt holds a BA in Musical Theatre from WSU.  “Hi Mom!”

Chase Petersen
  It’s been quite a few years since Chase was seen as ‘Dick Wilkins’ in HCT’s A Christmas Carol.  Chase lists as some of his favorite roles/shows:  ‘Barnaby’ Hello, Dolly! (CPT), ‘Dying Soldier’ The Civil War (CPT), ‘Bottom’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream (RMT), ‘Chauvelin’ The Scarlet Pimpernel (Viewmont High School).  He has been a soloist for an Alex Boye concert at the Ed Kenley Amphitheater, for Madilyn Paige in NBC’s The Voice in their concert It’s Christmastime.  He’s also done voiceover work for The Mormon Channel and the Church History Museum.  Chase has appeared in BYUtv’s Studio C.  Chase is currently studying film at UVU.

Matthew Sanguine
  Matthew was most recently seen in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers ‘Gideon’, Sister Act ‘Pablo’ and in Big River ‘Huck’.  He has also been seen as ‘Jetsam’ The Little Mermaid and in Big Fish, all on the HCT stage.  Matthew has also performed at Utah Festival Opera Company, Weber State University, Terrace Plaza Playhouse and the Minskoff Theatre on Broadway, as a national finalist of the National High School Musical Theatre Awards.  Matthew is also a Sterling Scholar for vocal performance.  “I’m very glad that dream-interpreting didn’t pan out to be a viable system to forecast the future, because one time I dreamed I turned into a sandwich.”

Abram Yarbro
  Abram is excited to make JOSEPH his HCT stage debut.  Recent roles/productions:  ‘Peter’ Peter and the Starcatcher (HCTO), ‘Peder’ Princess Academy, Beauty and the Beast, both at BYU and ‘Petruchio’ Taming of the Shrew for Eastern Arizona College.  Abram is currently working on his Bachelor of Arts from BYU, majoring in theatre arts studies with an emphasis in dramaturgy and critical studies.  He also hold an Associates or Arts from Eastern Arizona College.  You can find Abram working at BlenderBottle corporate headquarters in Lehi, UT, as a coordinator for the private label program.  Shake it up!  “To have faith is to have wings”

Caleb Jenson

Caleb is another newcomer to the HCT stage.  Caleb lists as some of his favorites:  ‘Bert’ Mary Poppins (BYU) and The Ballad of Cat Ballou (Jackson Hole Playhouse).  Caleb has been a performer/soloist in the 2015/2016 BYU Young Ambassadors, touring South Africa.    Caleb is currently a full-time student in the BFA Music Dance Theater program at  BYU and plans on graduating in the spring of 2018.  You can find Caleb as an on-site manager for Maple Mountain Retreat in Mapleton, during his spare time.  “I am excited to be a part of this talented cast.  Special thanks to my wife Maddie for all her love and support!”


Tanner Forbes
  Tanner was last seen on the HCT stage as ‘Ensemble’ in The Little Mermaid.  He lists as some of his favorites:  ‘IQ’ Hairspray (Pickleville Playhouse), ‘Courfeyrac’ Les Miserables and as a Performer with BYU Young Ambassadors 2015-16 season.  Tanner recently finished his junior year in the MDT program at BYU.  “Thanks to my parents, friends, and family!  I love you all!!”

Dakota Moses
Zebulon / Butler
  Dakota is new to the HCT Stage and has performed at the Four Seasons Theatre and Spokane Civic Theatre.  Dakota is currently studying to become a real estate agent and is currently working for Joseph A. Bank and will soon be working for a real estate firm in Midvale.  “Be the change you want to see in the world.”

Jordan Dahl
  Jordan has been seen on the HCTO stage in Peter Pan, but is a newcomer to this HCT stage.  Jordan is finishing up a Bachelors in Exercise Science at UVU, and is currently a Medical Assistant at Alpine Pediatrics and Tumbling coach at Jump Up Gymnastics.  “I bring the total to nine.”

Noah Hartwell
  Noah is another newcomer to the HCT stage, but is no newcomer to the theatre.  Past credits include ‘Link Larkin’ Hairspray, ‘Big Deal’ West Side Story, 42nd Street with San Diego Musical Theatre and Mary Poppins with BYU.  Noah is currently a Music Dance Theatre major at BYU.  “Thank you to my amazing family and friends for your constant support and your support of live theatre!”

Corey Lance Morris
  Corey is excited for his HCT stage debut.  He lists as some of his favorite roles/shows:  ‘Thomas’ Savior of the World at the Temple Square Conference Center Theater (2015 & 2016), ‘Joseph’ Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Scera Shell Outdoor Theatre), ‘Sky Masterson’ Guys & Dolls and ‘Chino’ West Side Story’, both at the Scera Center.  Corey is currently working on his BFA in Acting at UVU and works for an online retailer, “Tiny Blessing”, and as Wrangler of the World’s most beautiful baby, Leiani.  “It’s not our abilities that show who we truly are, it is our choices.” – Dumbledore

Eden Benson
Potiphar's Wife / Woman 1
  Eden is a very familiar face to our HCT audiences, having performed in Is He Dead, Catch Me If You Can, Arsenic and Old Lace, Ragtime and The Scarlet Pimpernel.  She lists ‘Gwendolyn’ in The Importance of Being Earnest as her favorite role.  Eden is a stay at home Mom to 5 kids.  “Thank you Travis for your love and support.  ‘Find your tribe.  Love them hard.’”

LaRene Tinney
Woman 2
  LaRene was most recently seen on the HCT stage in Sister Act.  LaRene had been taking a break from the stage while she is working with her favorite production team – her family.  She has performed on many local stages – HCTO, Sundance, BYU and Promised Valley Playhouse.  You may recognize LaRene from the group “One Clear Voice” and can hear them occasionally on Sunday morning radio.  LaRene has her BS from BYU and is the Box Office Manager at HCTO.  “Thanks family for letting your mom play again!  Love you!”

Amanda Van Orden
Woman 3
  Amanda is new to the HCT stage and lists as some of her favorites:  ‘Milly Pontipee’ Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Playmill Theater), ‘Mrs. Brill’ Mary Poppins (BYU), ‘Hodel’ Fiddler on the Roof (Playmill Theater) and ‘Woman 2’ Songs for a New World (Center Stage Theater).  Amanda is a recent graduate from BYU’s Music Dance Theater program.

Emily Tracy
Woman 4
  Emily is a newcomer to the HCT stage and lists as some of her favorite roles:  ‘Ariel’ Footloose and ‘Kathy’ Singin’ in the Rain.  Emily is currently a student at BYU studying Construction Management and aspires to obtain an M.F.A. in Interior Design.  “I grew up singing along to this show with my family and I am beyond excited to finally be a part of it!”

T'naiha Ellis
Woman 5
  T’naiha is a newcomer to the HCT stage and lists as many of her favorites:  ‘Polly’ Crazy For You, ‘Natalie’ All Shook Up, ‘Urleen’ Footloose, Little Women, The Pirates of Penzance, West Side Story and many more.  T’naiha has an associates from UVU and is currently in their Nursing program, planning to graduate in 2018.  She currently works as a Director at American Fork Youth Theater, as well as a choreographer at the SCERA theater.  “Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground.  You can do this.” – Teddy Roosevelt

Ashton Taylor
Woman 6
  Ashton is a full-time student in the Music Dance Theatre Program at BYU and is new to our HCT audiences.  Ashton lists as some of her favorites:  Mary Poppins (BYU), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (HCTO), and Hairspray (Omaha Community Playhouse).  “Art is a collaboration between God and the artist, and the less the artist does, the better!” – Andre Gide

Kailey Azure Green
Woman 7
  Kailey was most recently seen in our Seven Brides for Seven Brothers as ‘Alice’.  She lists as some of her favorite roles/shows: ‘Nun/Homeless/Lady/Bar Patron/Fantasy Dancer’ Sister Act, ‘Annabel Glick’ Lucky Stiff, ‘Chorus’ Henry V, ‘Gower’ Pericles, ‘Paulina’ The Winter’s Tale, ‘Kate/Woman 2’ The Pirate Queen, ‘Joanne Wilkes’ Big River and has performed at a few theatres – UVU Black Box Repertory Company, The Grassroots Shakespeare Company & HCT.  Kailey will be starting her senior year at UVU with a BFA in musical theatre. Kailey spends her summers working as the summer camp assistant for HCT and is also the VP of The Grassroots Shakespeare Company.  Kailey’s career goal is to work on an administrative board for a theatre.  “I want to thank my family, my best friend, and my boyfriend for their unending love and support.”

Brook Robertson
Guard 1
  It’s been a few years since we’ve seen Brook on the HCT stage and we’re glad to have him back!  He lists as some of his favorites:  The Scarlet Pimpernel, The Pirates of Penzance (both at HCT), Civil War (CenterPoint), Time Stands Still (Pinnacle Acting Company) and Naked Boys Singing (Bailiwick Repertory, Chicago).  He’s also been on other local stages:  The Grand, Egyptian Theater in Park City and Desert Star Playhouse.  Brook holds a BFA in Interior Design from Harrington Institute of Interior Design, Chicago and an Associate Degree in theatre from Ricks College.  Brook is self-employed in design, consulting and art at Brook Robertson Design and recently installed two commissions (On Broadway) and (Bee-autiful Hive) for the City of Salt Lake as a part of the permanent series:  Flying Objects 5.0 on Broadway (300 South).  “’Love, Love, Love is the Answer,’ if you question this, try the alternative, see where that gets you!”

Dashiell Wolf
Guard 2
  HCT welcomes Dashiell back to the HCT stage.  He was last seen on the HCT stage in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and No Time for Sergeants.  He has also done some acting in films and owns his own business.  “Work hard, play harder.”


Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
June 2 - August 12, 2017

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Back in Living Color! One of Utah's favorite musicals bursts onto HCT's magical stage! Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber wove this jubilant tale of Joseph in Egypt - cloaked with whimsy, joyful laughter and heart. The singing, dancing and costumes are AMAZING! Book early!


Mon-Sat evenings at 7:30p.m.
Sat Matinees at 12:30 p.m. & 4:00 p.m.
No performances July 4 & 24


Adults:  $34
Youth (K-12):  $18
No children under five permitted

RUNNING TIME:   2 hours 15 minutes with intermission

Pre-order concessions for Intermission. Day of performance only. Must be ordered no more than 2 hours before show time.

*Tickets to sold out performances may be available on the day of the performance. Contact the box office at 801-984-9000 .