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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - Talkback Video
Introduction and Opening Remarks
 -  - Introduction and Opening Remarks
Jason Brantman introduces Dorthy Dibisz, who offers some opening remarks before beginning the Q&A session.
1:33

What were some of the similarities between this production and the original production?
 -  - What were some of the similarities between this production and the original production?
Question asked by BTC co-Artistic Director Jason Brantman
2:07

What is your fondest memory from the show?
 -  - What is your fondest memory from the show?
Question asked by BTC student Lily Cohen
0:52

Does it get boring doing the show night after night?
 -  - Does it get boring doing the show night after night?
Question asked by BTC student Steven Kane
0:41

Do you have ways to keep a role fresh?
 -  - Do you have ways to keep a role fresh?
Question asked by BTC co-Artistic Director Jason Brantman
0:54

What roles did you play [in Joseph]?
 -  - What roles did you play [in Joseph]?
Question asked by BTC student Ciana Proto
0:40

Can you talk about the sense of family you had in hte Broadway production?
 -  - Can you talk about the sense of family you had in hte Broadway production?
Question asked by BTC co-Artistic Director Jason Brantman
1:43

What was your favorite song in the show?
 -  - What was your favorite song in the show?
Question asked by BTC student Jenna Lowry
1:02

Was there any connection when you did "Cats" with it being another Andrew Lloyd-Webber show?
 -  - Was there any connection when you did "Cats" with it being another Andrew Lloyd-Webber show?
Question asked by BTC co-Artistic Director Jason Brantman
0:57

Was there any point in the show we did that was similar to the show you did?
 -  - Was there any point in the show we did that was similar to the show you did?
Question asked by BTC student Dominique Filiberti
0:44

The show was a little short when it first came to Broadway. [What did you do?]
 -  - The show was a little short when it first came to Broadway. [What did you do?]
Question asked by BTC co-Artistic Director Jason Brantman
1:07

What advice do you have for these young actors?
 -  - What advice do you have for these young actors?
Question asked by audience member and BTC Board Member Susan Schoenfeld
1:25

When did you know you wanted to act?
 -  - When did you know you wanted to act?
Question asked by an audience member
1:18

How was opening night of "Joseph" for you?
 -  - How was opening night of "Joseph" for you?
Question asked by BTC student Clara Reyes
1:48

What was your favorite Broadway show that you did?
 -  - What was your favorite Broadway show that you did?
Question asked by an audience member
0:49

Do you still act now?
 -  - Do you still act now?
Question asked by BTC student Hannah Nash
0:58

What was your favorite part about working with Michael Bennett?
 -  - What was your favorite part about working with Michael Bennett?
Question asked by audience member and BTC Senior Ensemble member Melanie Berg
1:01

How long did you do "Joseph?"
 -  - How long did you do "Joseph?"
Question asked by BTC student Maddy Kolker
1:34

At what point did you stop getting nervous?
 -  - At what point did you stop getting nervous?
Question asked by BTC student Dominique Filiberti
1:25

How can you work with a dead audience?
 -  - How can you work with a dead audience?
Question asked by BTC student Lily Cohen
0:56

What is your favorite part about being an actress?
 -  - What is your favorite part about being an actress?
Question asked by an audience member
0:38

What do you like best - auditioning, practicing, or performing?
 -  - What do you like best - auditioning, practicing, or performing?
Question asked by an audience member
1:02

When you were on Broadway, were you nervous or excited?
 -  - When you were on Broadway, were you nervous or excited?
Question asked by an audience member
0:56

Do you do something specifically when you are really nervous? (We make noises!)
 -  - Do you do something specifically when you are really nervous? (We make noises!)
Question asked by BTC student Steven Kane
1:06
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Broadway Training Center of Westchester, under the artistic direction of Jason Brantman and Fiona Santos, was recently awarded Best Theatre Classes in Southern Westchester by Westchester Magazine.  This premier performing arts school, located in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, provides children, teens, and adults with Broadway oriented performing arts training focusing on the joy of accomplishment and the enrichment of personal expression through classroom and performance work. Broadway Training Center of Westchester is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.