Greek youth dominate cast of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ in Sydney


There are six children of Greek heritage performing in the musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre until April 16.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical which tells the biblical story of Joseph, who was the twelfth and favourite son of Jacob. 

The main cast stars Paulini as The Narrator, Euan Fistrovic Doidge as Joseph and Trevor Ashley as Pharaoh.

The six young Greeks in the children’s cast are Aria Calabro, Jeffrey Dimi, Katia Englezos, Nina Gallas, Aleia Tiliacos and James Valanidas.

Aria Calabro, Jeffrey Dimi, Katia Englezos, Nina Gallas, Aleia Tiliacos and James Valanidas.

10-year-old Aria tells The Greek Herald she loves being part of the cast this year in her first professional musical and especially performing in the historical Capitol Theatre.

“I’ve absolutely loved starring in Joseph. It’s been such as fun and exciting experience!” Aria says.

“I’ve made some beautiful friends along the way and I’m really going to miss the thrill of performing in the Capitol Theatre before a live crowd when the show closes next month.”

Joseph has been seen by more than 200 million people worldwide in over 80 countries, and has toured the world for over 30 years.




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