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Any Dream Will Do 
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Denise Van Outen, Any Dream Will Do

Any Dream Will Do



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  • It is currently estimated that Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat has been performed in nearly 20,000 schools or local theatres, involving over 700,000 performers of all ages, with audiences in excess of nine million people.

    Any Dream Will Do was voted the Broadway Song of the Year in 1981 and awarded an Ivor Novello Award in 1991.

    The show has been the subject of at least 12 different cast albums in its history.

    "Joseph" has played in 13 different countries, being performed in over 80 cities in the US alone.

    The 1991 production at the London Palladium ran for a total of two and a half years, attracting a total audience of over two million people.

    There are nearly 500 school or amateur productions in the UK each year.

    There was a film version of the hugely successful London Palladium production, starring Donny Osmond, Joan Collins and Richard Attenborough, in 1999.

    A "singalonga" version of the show was launched in 2001, using the 1999 film, which continues to tour the UK.

    It was first performed at the Colette Court School in 1968.

  • Past Josephs have included Jason Donovan (June 1991-May 1992 & October 1993-January 1994), Philip Schofield (December 1993-June 1996, January-February 1992 & May 1992-October 1993), Darren Day (1993, 2003 in the West End and on tour in 2004) and Stephen Gately (December 2002-September 2003).


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