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By Tristan 

MAT and HHS deserve praise for presenting ‘Joseph’


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Do you know what goes on behind the scenes months before a production such as "Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat?" The Hi-Line is home to some extraordinary people who spend hours and hours sewing costumes, sawing lumber, painting sets and learning new songs by heart. Casey and Angie Pratt are two of those people who, with a little help from their friends, spent long hours building sets on evenings and weekends for the musical, and more hours training and directing dozens of actors and singers who have been rehearsing after school and evenings for months. Rhonda Minnick has been di...

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