ILHS Theater Company




Cast List:

Joseph....Jaydie Halperin

Narrator.....Alison Ansorg

Jacob/Pharoah.....Nevis King

Reuben.....Ryan Reed (Canaan Days soloist)

Simeon/Mrs. Potiphar....Eliza Beaudoin

Levi....Riley Towle (One More Angel soloist)

Naphthali/Butler....Janney Halperin

Isaachar/Potiphar...Jasmine Schmalle

Asher/Baker.....Alexa Lazazzera

Dan......Lucy Thomson (One More Angel soloist)

Zebulon.....Li Frizzell (One More Angel soloist)

Gad.....Sophie Pankhurst (One More Angel soloist)

Benjamin....Forest Hamel (One More Angel soloist)

Judah.....Gabe Staples (Calypso soloist)

Campers (Kids Chorus)
Miles Harbrook
Morgann Jackson
Katie Scadova
Hannah Coleman
Mason Lakis
Lillian Locke
James Thomson


Next Up: 
Variety Show


Inter- Lakes Variety Show

February 3, 2018 at 7PM

Register to perform today!


. Please keep the following information in mind:

  • There will  be 15 solo acts accepted.
  • There will be 25 group acts accepted
  • Registration will close on January 29 or when we have 15 solo acts
    and /or 25 group acts, which ever comes first.
  • Acts may not exceed two minutes. 
  • You MUST attend a dress rehearsal during the day on February 3.
  • You must provide your own CD of any music you need for the show.
  • All acts MUST be appropriate for school.
  • At least one member of your act must be affiliated with the
    Inter-Lakes Schools in some way (students, faculty, parent, alumnus).


Please use this form to register if you are a solo act.

Please use this form to regster if you are a group act.


Show dates:  
April 5-7

Audition Registration:

Please use the link below to register to Audition for Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.  Please register by January 5.

Registration form

Scroll down for show information.

Audition Information:

January 8, 5:30-6:30 in the Inter-Lakes High School cafeteria
January 9, 3:15-4:15 in the Inter-Lakes High School cafeteria
Please attend only one audition time.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a sung through musical. 
You will not be required to prepare a monologue or read from a script for
the audition.  You do need to show your acting ability through your song
and dance.  Come prepared to show us your stuff!

Casting will be gender neutral so all roles are open to all students.

Music Audition:  
If you are interested in playing the Narrator please come prepared to
sing R-E-S-P-E-C-T by Aretha Franklin or another up tempo song that
shows you can belt.  

If you are interested in playing Joseph please come prepared to sing the
end of Close Every Door to Me
starting at 3:20.  

 If you are interested in playing Pharaoh please come prepared to sing an up tempo Elvis song. 
You will need to act like Elvis.

If you are interested in any ther role please be prepared to sing Go Go Joseph. 
Start at 4:10.


Dance Audition:

Please know the dance prior to coming to the audition.


Show information:


Lyrics by Tim Rice
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2018, sha la la Joseph you’re doing fine! You and your dreamcoat ahead of your time! One of the most enduring shows of all time, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a reimagining of the Biblical story of Joseph, his father Jacob, eleven brothers and the coat of many colors.

Told entirely through song with the help of a main character Narratorthe musical follows preferred son Joseph. After being sold into slavery by his brothers, he ingratiates himself with Egyptian noble Potiphar, but ends up in jail after refusing the amorous advances of Potiphar’s wife. While imprisoned, Joseph discovers his ability to interpret dreams, and he soon finds himself in front of the mighty but troubled, Elvis-inspired, Pharaoh. Joseph’s solution to Egypt’s famine elevates him to Pharaoh’s right-hand man and reunites him with his family.

The magical musical is full of catchy songs in a variety of styles, from a parody of French ballads (“Those Canaan Days”), to country-western (“One More Angel in Heaven”) and calypso (“Benjamin Calypso”), along with the unforgettable classics “Any Dream Will Do” and “Close Every Door.” 

Appropriate for all audiences and groups, Joseph is performed hundreds of times a year by schools across North America, the U.K. and around the world.


Jacob, Joseph's Father

Joseph's Brothers: 
Mrs. Potiphar

Children's Choir


Congratulations to the Cast and Crew of Little Shop of Horrors!  Bravo!

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We are often asked by students and parents how a student actor can improve. 
Below is a list of ideas.

1.       Attend shows!

You do not need to travel to New York to see a good show.  There are many
opportunities to 
see shows right here in the Lakes Region.  Watch the paper for
shows at other middle and high schools.  There are several community theaters
in the area:  The Winnipesaukee Players,  Streetcar Company, The Village
Players and The Little Church Theater. 

If you expand the region from Plymouth to Concord, you could see a show every weekend.  

Can’t afford to attend live theater?  You can find many shows on YouTube.

2.       Audition, A LOT!

Every audition is a chance to hone your skills.  Even if you do not get a role
you will learn by seeing what different directors and music directors look for
when you audition for them.

3.       Do more than just school shows!

You wouldn’t expect to become a concert pianist, NFL quarterback, or bestselling
author without lots of practice.  You can’t improve your stage skills in just two
shows a year.  The community theaters listed above often have shows that are
open to students.  The Winnipesaukee Playhouse has a program for children and
a program for teens.  They also have a summer internship program for teens as
does the Interlakes Summer Theater.  Check out their websites for more

4.       Take voice lessons!

Raw skill is great but we all know it takes training and practice to develop talent. 
A voice teacher can help you improve your range, teach you proper techniques,
recommend songs for auditions and help you learn to deliver a song well.

Can’t afford voice lessons?  Join a choir.  You can learn a lot about proper
breathing, harmony, and technique by singing with a choir.

Just remember, singing pop, country or rock music is different from singing
for musical theater.

5.       Take dance lessons

Raw skill is great but we all know it takes training and practice to develop talent. 
A dance teacher will teach you proper technique, improve your rhythm and balance.

Can’t afford dance lessons?  You can find plenty of dance lessons online. 

Just remember, hip-hop, modern, and ballet are different from dancing
for musical theater.

Basically, the answer to this question is

Congratulations to the cast and crew

of Seussica


Seussical the Musical graphic


Oh the Thinks 2

 We performed at the

Read Across America assembly at I-LES!!!


Congratulations to the Cast and Crew of

Anne of Green Gables!  

Job well done! 


This article was written for college students, but it works for anyone in theater and in life!

Back to School—A Note to Theatre Students

Wizard of Oz poster

The Wizard of Oz

Congratulations to the cast and crew of The Wizard of Oz!  
Well done!!!!!




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