November 16, 2018 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Coronado Playhouse
1835 Strand Way
Coronado, CA 92118
Price Description: Thur.-$20, Fri.-$25, Sat.-$27, Sun.-$23. $3 Active Military, Student & Senior Discount & Great Group Rates.
Coronado Playhouse Box Office


November 16 – December 23, 2018
Thursday, Friday, Saturday @ 8pm & Sunday @ 2pm

Please note: There is no performance on Thursday, November 22, 2018 in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday
Lyrics by Tim Rice
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Director: Jason R. Bailly
Music Director: Michael Anthony and Michael Farley
Choreographer: Ricardo Valenzuela
The ultimate story of parental favoritism & sibling rivalry!

One of the most enduring musicals of the last 50 years, Joseph is the irresistible family show about the trials and triumphs of Joseph, Israel’s favorite son.  The first collaboration of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber (Jesus Christ Superstar, Phantom of the Opera, Cats) and lyricist Tim Rice (Jesus Christ Superstar, The Lion King), Joseph blends pop, country and rock into an uplifting, technicolored story of biblical proportions. Retelling the biblical story of Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colors, this magical musical is full of unforgettable songs including “Those Canaan Days”, “Any Dream Will Do” and “Close Every Door.” 

Colorful, upbeat and with a fabulous mega mix celebratory finale to the CPH 2018 Season.

Family-Friendly Fun!


JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT is presented by arrangement with The Musical Company, LP, 214 Sullivan Street, Ste. 4, New York, NY, 10012-1354. www.themusicalcompany.com Phone: (212) 598- 2204. Email: info@themusicalcompany.com


Meet the Cast

  • Narrator: Brandi Lacy
  • Joseph: Trevor Rogelstad
  • Jacob: Derek Hauser
  • Simeon/Pharaoh/Potiphar: Stephen C. Scott
  • Reuben: Anthoni Powers
  • Levi: Lenelle Wylie
  • Naphtali/Dance Captain: Bruno Bosardi
  • Judah: Reggie Hutchins
  • Isaachar: Joe Kao
  • Asher: Joseph Dionisio
  • Dan/Butler/ u/s Joseph: Mario Arambula-Damian
  • Zebulun/Baker: Jackson Royce Lawrence
  • Gad: Sarah Ball
  • Benjamin: Joseph Sierras
  • Mrs. Potiphar: Lenelle Wylie
  • Women’s Ensemble:
    Lenelle Wylie
    Violeta Ruiz-Lopez (u/s Narrator)
    Grace Rice
    Jillian Jackson
    Sarah Ball
    Alexa Querin
    Sarah Jane Salonga
  • Children’s Ensemble:
    Stella Campion (Thursdays & Saturdays Blue Cast)
    Milly Cocanig 
    (Friday & Sunday Red Cast)
    Jayden Haims 
    (Friday & Sunday Red Cast)
    Marina Hall
    (Thursdays & Saturdays Blue Cast)
    Sophie Kelvin
    (Thursdays & Saturdays Blue Cast)
    Kayla Grace Pak (Friday & Sunday Red Cast)
    Simon Jude Pak (Friday & Sunday Red Cast)
    Tyler David Pak (Friday & Sunday Red Cast)
    Isaac Rodriguez (Friday & Sunday Red Cast)
    Anton Schneiderwind (Friday & Sunday Red Cast)
    Braeden Joseph Steele (Thursdays & Saturdays Blue Cast)
    Kherington Vinson (Thursdays & Saturdays Blue Cast)
    Lendia Rose Wylie (Thursdays & Saturdays Blue Cast)
    Lillian Rae Wylie (Thursdays & Saturdays Blue Cast)

The Playbill

The program is available here: Joseph Program



Cast Bios

MARIO ARAMBULA-DAMIAN (Dan/Butler/Joseph Understudy) is a Southwestern College student with a strong passion for music. Graduating from CVSCPA, he started his musical theatre career in The Music Man and performed the role of Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar with Patio Playhouse earlier this year. Mario is excited to debut in his first show at Coronado Playhouse.

BRUNO BOSARDI (Naphtali/Dance Captain) is happy to be back at Coronado Playhouse and excited to be working with such a talented cast of Joseph… Bruno was last seen singing in The Songs of Burt Bacharach,and prior portrayed Larry the dance captain in A Chorus Line. His other CPH credits include TheBest Little Whorehouse… and Cinderella. He appreciates all the love and support from his family and friends. Bruno owns the Body Alchemist, a Pilates and Gyrotonic Studio in Golden Hill. Enjoy the show.

SARAH BALL (Gad/Women’s Ensemble) is excited to make her debut at Coronado Playhouse. Sarah has previously performed in over 20 CCT/CYT productions with her favorite shows being The Addams Family (Ballerina Ancestor), Beauty and the Beast (Silly Girl), Alice! A Wonder-Full Musical (Delilah/Red Queen), Aladdin (Sheba), and High School Musical (Cheerleader). Sarah would like to thank the Artistic Team for this opportunity and thank her friends and family for their constant support and encouragement.

JOSEPH DIONISIO (Asher) is making his Coronado Playhouse debut. Previous acting credits include Ching Ho in Thoroughly Modern Millie and Douglas Panch in Spelling Bee. As Associate Artistic Director for Young Actors’ Theatre, Joseph has directed productions of Schoolhouse Rock, Peter and the Starcatcher, and Seussical. Many thanks to Ricardo, Jason, and the CPH team for all their support.

DEREK HAUSER (Jacob/Ensemble) is excited to make his debut with Coronado Playhouse! His favorite past credits include Pirates of Penzance (Pardoe Theater), Comedy of Errors (Pardoe Theater), and Peter Pan (PoTA). He would like to thank his wife and family for encouraging him to perform again after a 20 year hiatus. Derek can also be seen performing the Family Magic Show at the Red Spade TheaterThanks for coming.

REGGIE HUTCHINS (Judah) is pleased to once again be performing at Coronado Playhouse, having previously been featured in The Addams Family as one of the Aubrey award-winning Ancestors, Chicago (Judge) and A Chorus Line (Richie), Elsewhere: Smokey Joe’s Café (OnStage), Dreamgirls, Joseph…(SDMT), Tik-Tok(OZ Convention), AIDA, Ragtime(Starlight), Smokey Joe’s Café, Little Shop of Horrors, Anything Goes (Saville Theatre) and H.M.S. Pinafore (Lyric Opera). He would like to thank Jason, Ricardo, Michael, and the entire cast and production staff. Cheers!

JILLIAN JACKSON (Women’s Ensemble) is happy to be back at Coronado Playhouse after appearing as the Cavewoman Ancestor in The Addams Family at the beginning of the season. Equally at home in opera and musical theatre her favorite roles include the title role of Amelia goes to the Ball, Putnam County Spelling Bee (Logainne Schwartzandgrubenierre), Bearspray (Tangy Tonic), Hello Dolly (Minnie Fay), High Button Shoes (Mama/Sarah Longstreet), Into the Woods (Rapunzel). Enjoy the show!

JOE KAO (Issachar) is excited to be making his Coronado Playhouse debut led by such an incredible creative team. Past credits include performances with Biola University Theatre, Sophia Clarke Theatre, and has toured internationally with the All American Boys Chorus. He is a classically trained pianist and has competed in numerous Southern California competitions. He would like to thank the cast, crew and the production team for their support and Leigh Scarritt Productions for her continued guidance.

BRANDI LACY (Narrator) is excited to be back at Coronado Playhouse! She was previously seen in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Favorite credits include Invisible A New Musical (3D Theatricals), Camelot in Concert (Barn Stage Company), Cinderella (STC), The Heart of a Goof (San Diego Fringe), Waist Watchers the Musical (Tour), Singin’ in the Rain (MTW), and Les Miserables (MTW). Thanks to Miss Leigh for getting my voice in shape. www.brandilacy.wix.com/brandilac

JACKSON ROYCE LAWRENCE (Zubulun/Baker) is thrilled to be making his Coronado Playhouse debut in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat-one of his favorite shows! Recent credits: Alice: A Wonder-full Musical, Beauty & the Beast, A Little Princess, Elf (CYT), Les Miserables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame (JCompany), Godspell (Southwestern College). Jackson would like to thank the artistic team for this opportunity, Rebecca for her guidance, his family and friends for their love and support, and God for his many blessings. Jeremiah 29:11

ANTHONI POWERS (Reuben) is extremely excited for his debut at Coronado Playhouse! He is most grateful for this opportunity. His most recent notable role was Shrek in Shrek the Musical at Young Actors’ Theater. He would like to thank the directors for giving him this chance, his family for pushing him into it, and Joe for giving him the heads up.

ALEXA QUERIN (Women’s Ensemble) recently graduated with a BFA in Acting from Baldwin Wallace University. Previous credits include: Rachel Corrie in My Name is Rachel Corrie, Pericles in Pericles, Queen 1/Schoolmaster in Two Noble Kinsmen, Fantine in Les Miserables, Margaret/Falstaff/Ensemble in Henry VI: Part 1 and Princess Winnifred in Once Upon a Mattress. Many thanks to my incredible family and my amazing team for constantly supporting and encouraging me. Endlessly grateful. alexaquerin.com.

GRACE RICE (Women’s Ensemble) is excited for her first production with the Coronado Playhouse! Grace started musical theatre when she was twelve. She has been in productions such as Beauty and the Beast, Once on this Island, and Footloose. She has also been involved in film productions and has appeared in television shows such as TNT’s The Last Ship. Grace would like to thank the directors for an amazing experience and her family for their support!

TREVOR ROGELSTAD (Joseph) is thrilled to be making his Coronado Playhouse debut in this wonderful show. His most recent roles include Into The Woods (Rapunzel’s Prince), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Chip Tolentino), Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour Krelborn) and 1940’s Radio Hour (B.J. Gibson). Thank you to my friends and family for the continuing support, especially my Mom who has always believed in me and encouraged me in every way possible.

VIOLETA RUIZ-LÓPEZ (Women’s Ensemble/Narrator Understudy) is a 20 year old student at Southwestern College and a CVSCPA graduate. Some of the roles she’s performed are Extraordinary Girl in American Idiot, Robin in Godspell, Paulette in Legally Blonde, and Rosie in Bye Bye Birdie. She is excited to debut in her first show with Coronado Playhouse. Violeta dedicates this performance to her parents for always encouraging her to work hard for her dreams.

SARAH JANE SALONGA (Women’s Ensemble) is thrilled to be making her Coronado Playhouse debut especially with this awesome cast and show. Her favorite credits include: Canadian Premiere of High Fidelity as Anna (Hart House Theatre), Strike! The Musical as Rebecca (University of Winnipeg), Once Upon a Mattress as Lady Larken (Looking Glass Theatre), Kids Musicals: Live! (Ocean Beach Playhouse). Much love to her ukulele students, patients, friends and family, most especially to Pearl and Jason.

STEPHEN SCOTT (Simeon/Pharaoh/Potiphar) is thrilled to be playing the Pharaoh, what he considers to be one of his “dream” roles. Stephen was last seen at CPH as Johnny Angel in SUDS. He most recently appeared as the Cowardly Lion in The Wiz, (Common Ground Theatre), Paul in RENT, (OnStage Playhouse), Brandon in Route 66  (Cabrillo Playhouse), and Mushnik in Little Shop of Horrors(Rochester, NY). Stephen thanks family and friends for their never-ending support, Mwuahh!

JOE SIERRAS (Benjamin) is a junior at Coronado School of the Arts and is excited to be making his Coronado Playhouse debut as Benjamin in Joseph… Prior credits include Hawking Clam in Peter and the Starcatcher (CoSA), Ensemble in Grease! (CoSA), The Cat in the Hat in Seussical!The Musical (CMS), and many more! Joe would like to thank his family for all their support and Mr. Ray Yannaccone for being such an amazing teacher, mentor, and friend. He hopes you enjoy the show!

LENELLE WYLIE (Mrs. Potiphar/Levi) is a biology teacher/aquatics coach at Helix Charter High School. She is thrilled to be back at Coronado Playhouse after playing Miss Hannigan this summer in Annie (Patio Playhouse). Other appearances at CPH include Little Shop of Horrors (Mrs. Luce) and The Songs of Burt Bacharach. She’d like to thank her family for their support and the Coronado Playhouse family for the opportunity to be in this crazy-fun show!

Creative Team

JASON BAILLY (Director) is thrilled to direct Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Coronado Playhouse. In this, the 50th anniversary of Joseph’s launch, it is a distinct honor to be able to join this talented cast. Jason has been seen on stages all across the Southern California region. Highlighted shows include: World Premier – Hunchback of Notre Dame (La Jolla Playhouse), Titanic: The Musical (Moonlight Amphitheatre) and most recently, South Pacific at San Diego Musical Theatre in the role of Cmdr. William Harbison. When not working on stage, Jason can be found at UC San Diego Health, providing pharmaceutical care to patients.

MICHAEL ANTHONY (Music Director) is thrilled to return to Coronado Playhouse with Joseph…Dreamcoat. For the past five years, he has served as Music Director at CPH (Thoroughly Modern Millie, James and The Giant Peach, Seussical) and with many local theaters including: The Old Globe Theater, Joan Kroc Performing Arts (JTATD), Lyceum Theater (Bearspray), Balboa Theater (SDGMC), Pickwick Players (The Little Mermaid) and OB Playhouse (Reefer Madness). Mike currently serves as a Music Theater Educator for San Diego schools and as a consultant with SteppingStone Theatre for Youth Development, in St. Paul, MN. Awards include: NYTA’S Best Director (2004-2007), Twin Cities Drama Critics Circle (Performer), ten-time San Diego Billie Award, and AATE’S Special Merit for The Lorax and a three-time Aubrey Award Nominee. A cancer survivor, Mr. Anthony feels extremely blessed to return to his passion of making music. He thanks his San Diego friends and family for their continued love, and kindness. Happy Holidays.

MICHAEL FARLEY(Music Director, Keyboards) It is Michael’s great please to return to Coronado Playhouse in the position of Music Director. His last production as MD at CPH was A Year with Frog and Toad. Michael has 20-years experience as an MD. Most of that time has been spent at San Diego City College. However, he has also been featured by several local theater companies. Although Michael was a chef for much of his working life, his 2nd Act has been as a musician. He studied at the Philadelphia College for the Performing Arts, Temple University and University of San Diego, not to mention the Culinary Institute of America. Michael’s last production as Music Director was The Rocky Horror Picture Showat City College. Yet, he is most satisfied with his contribution to last summer’s stunning CPH production of A Man of No Importance. He would like to thank Katy Skyrud, Barron Henzel and Thomas Fitzpatrick and the staff of the Playhouse.

RICARDO VALENZUELA (Assistant Director/Choreographer) is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, NYC. He choreographed countless musical theatre style numbers for San Diego Civic Dance Arts recitals, productions, camps, and their award-winning showcase Collage for over 11 years. Last year he earned two National Youth Theatre Award nominations for Outstanding Direction of a musical for his work on Junie B. Jones at SDJT, and Outstanding Choreography for his work on Cabaret at Mt. Carmel High School. This summer he returned to SDJT to direct and choreograph Mr. Poppers Penguins, and is currently choreographing Sleepy Hollow. Ricardo is also providing the choreography for Young Actors’ Theatre upcoming production of Mary Poppins!  As an actor, he recorded two full seasons as a lead character in the Latin American television show titled Dos y Dos. He has performed at the Starlight Bowl, Moonlight Amphitheatre, San Diego Musical Theatre, Hispanic Arts Theatre, San Diego Asian Repertory Theatre, Coronado Playhouse, Christian Community Theatre, and on the Holland America Cruise Line as a contestant of Dancing with the Stars at sea with celebrity judges Kym Johnson and Carson Kressley.

THOMAS FITZPATRICK, BARRON HENZEL AND CHRIS POWELL (Producers) have been working in local theatre productions together in some capacity since Dames and Sea at Lamplighters’ in 2006. This is their first co-production together. They have worked together on numerous Coronado Playhouse productions starting with The It Girl (2009) and most recently last year’s A Man of No Importance and The Addams Family. They have also worked together on a few Pickwick Players’ shows including Snoopy!!! The Musical, where the three performed together, as well as OnStage Playhouse’s Grease and Pickwick/OnStage co-production A Taffeta Christmas and CPH/Pickwick Co-production A Year with Frog and Toad. Go Go Go Joseph!  

ANTHONY ZELIG (Lighting Designer/Resident Lighting Operator) is excited to continue his lighting design journey with this production. Previous design credits at CPH include A Man of No Importance and Follies: In Concert. After 24 years in NYC, working in various capacities on and off Broadway, Anthony is very happy to have landed in San Diego at Coronado Playhouse. Thank you to Jason, the CPH family, his mentors, Josh Olmstead and Chad Oakley, and to you for supporting local theatre.

KATHY PARKS (Production Stage Manager) is happy to be back working at Coronado Playhouse with such a great cast and production team. She has worked backstage in several other community theatres in San Diego, including Trinity Theatre Company, Ocean Beach Playhouse and Pickwick Players. She is grateful to her amazing sons Connor and Sean Paul Boyd for bringing her into the theatre world.

STAN AND LILLIAN SOTH (Set Design) are grandfather and granddaughter who enjoyed working together to design this set and major set pieces for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. In 2016 they designed and built the premier set for a locally written production of Candyland at the Liberty Lake Community Theatre in Liberty Lake, Washington. This is Stan’s sixth year as a volunteer with the Coronado Playhouse Family where he has built many sets, including Avenue Q, Boeing Boeing, 39 Steps, and Little Shop of Horrors which he also designed. Lillian is a member of the Liberty Lake Community Theatre Teen Board. One of her favorite acting roles was as Tweedle Dum in a Parody of Alice in Wonderland.

DEBI SCHNEIDERWIND (Properties Designer) is a designer who dabbles in many forms of creative art, most recently theatre sets, costumes and props. She is very excited to be working with the Coronado Playhouse and the amazing Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor dream team!

RICK FRENDT (Projection Designer) has worked as a projection designer for over ten years, and is pleased to be making his debut at Coronado Playhouse. Rick has designed projections for the worldwide pilot productions of Frozen Jr. and Matilda Jr. produced by BRAVO Productions in Oak Park, Illinois, and his work has been featured in over a dozen countries, many regional theatres, and Off-Broadway houses.

Show Events

Friday, November 16, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.

Celebrate open nights at Coronado Playhouse!
You’re a loyal supporter of The Community’s Theatre and we want to show our appreciation. Playhouse members are invited to a hosted Happy Hour at CPH for drinks and appetizers before every opening night of each new main-stage production. Mingle with fellow theatre lovers and enjoy the ambience and excitement of opening night.
Not a member? Not a problem! Membership starts at just $50 and can be purchased in advance or at the event.


Community Theatre is made by, with and for the community in which it is performed. Coronado Playhouse is committed to pursuing community theatre in the truest sense of the words by giving back to the people of San Diego County and using our public platform to help those in need.
During the run of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat we are partnering with the Bannister Family House at UC San Diego Health in an effort to bring exposure and donations to this incredible organization that benefits us all.

About the Bannister Family House:

The Bannister Family House’s mission is to provide a home away from home for families of patients undergoing long-term care at UC San Diego Health. 

The Bannister Family House provides empathic, comfortable and affordable housing for the families of loved-ones managing a serious health condition at UC San Diego Health. Since the Bannister Family House opened on May 11, 1994, more than 5,000 families from around the world have enjoyed this loving haven of hope and comfort.

Guest testimonials:

“What a beautiful, warm and inviting place to come and rest away from the hospital. We’re so happy the house existed to help us in our time of need.” –The Porter Family, Huntington Beach, CA (9 nights)

“Thank you for your love, support, and shelter. You are a true blessing.” – The Glisper Family, Milwaukee, WI (23 nights)

“Having a place to stay for me and my family was invaluable. I continue to maintain friendships I made during my stay.” – Janine, Atascadero, CA (205 nights) 

The Bannister Family House is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and welcomes volunteers and donations to offset the costs necessary to care for their families.

Learn more about the Bannister Family House on their website and find out how you can help.


Phone: 619-543-7977

Email: bannisterfamilyhouse@ucsd.edu