PHARAOH ARRIVES ON A HARLEY IN MEDIA'S 'JOSEPH'

In "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", now at The Media Theatre through January 5, the Pharaoh arrives in style...on a Harley!
Colin McAdoo as The Pharaoh in Media's JOSEPH musical
Hannum's Harley-Davidson of Media and Chadds Ford donated the motorcycle for director Jesse Cline's production. The musical, Andrew Lloyd Webber's pop-rock take on the story of Joseph and his brothers from the book of Genesis, features Colin McAdoo as the Pharaoh.

McAdoo was seen previously at The Media Theatre in "Buddy Holly Story" and "The Who's Tommy". He has performed regionally around the USA and was seen off-Broadway in NYTW's production of "Soul Doctor". He is also a musician and composer of new works.

"Joseph", completely sung-through, highlights the Pharaoh as an Elvis-style hipster who takes Joseph (Kyle Lowder) in as his second in command. McAdoo lends his entertaining presence to "The Song of The King" after arriving onstage via the 1960's era classic Harley.


For tickets to see "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" which is appropriate for all ages, call 610-891-0100 or visit mediatheatre.org. The show is appropriate for all ages with its inspiring message of hope and forgiveness.


To find out more about Hannum's Harley-Davidson, call 610-566-5562. Perhaps you, too, can ride like a King!

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