Clay Aiken – A Special Day!

It is always a special day when we get exciting news about Clay Aiken.  On Friday, it was announced that Clay would be playing the role of Joseph in the popular musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat!  As you all read in the last blog, Clay will be performing at the historic Ogunquit Playhouse which is on the southern coast of Maine.  The news hit many news sites.  The following are some of them.  After the press release which is listed in the last blog, the following tweet was posted:



CANN sent a tweet too:



Did you re-tweet these?

Then the news announcements started:

American Idol Favorite Clay Aiken to Headline Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in Maine

By Lindsay Champion

Claymates, book your tickets to Maine! Broadway and American Idol alum Clay Aiken is set to play the title role inJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Ogunquit Playhouse. The production begins performances July 31 and will play a limited engagement through August 25 in Ogunquit, Maine. No additional casting has been announced…

It’s nice to get news at this site, however, I wish that 5 year old pictures were not posted as current.    You can read the entire article and see the infamous picture at BROADWAY

Portland Press Herald

Clay Aiken to star in ‘Dreamcoat’ at Ogunquit Playhouse
By Bob Keyes
Staff Writer

The Ogunquit Playhouse announced Friday that “American Idol” winner and popular singer Clay Aiken will play the lead in its upcoming production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
The playhouse announced the casting decision on its Facebook page Friday afternoon.
Aiken has acting experience. He made his Broadway debut in “Spamalot” in 2008, and appeared many times on TV.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice collaboration opens at Ogunquit July 31 and runs through Aug. 25. Donny Osmond played the lead role in an early 1990s version of the musical, which toured nationally…

The production’s music ranges in genre from country to calypso and from pop to rock ‘n’ roll. Some of the more popular songs include “Go, Go, Go Joseph” and “Any Dream Will Do.”…

Thanks, Mr. Keyes for the nice article and great picture.  You can see the entire article at PORTLAND

BroadwayWorld – Maine

Clay Aiken to Lead JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT at Ogunquit Playhouse, 7/31-8/25

The Ogunquit Playhouse is thrilled to announce that multi-platinum recording artist, American Idol and Broadway star Clay Aiken will portray Joseph in the upcoming production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s beloved family musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on stage July 31 through August 25…..

In addition to his Entertainment Ventures, Mr. Aiken supports a number of charities. He was made a UNICEF Ambassador in 2004 and has traveled the world to promote education for children affected by natural disasters or political unrest. He founded the National Inclusion Project, a nationally recognized project to bridge the gap between children with disabilities and the world around them. Clay also lends his support to the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and spoke on behalf of anti-bullying legislation in front of a Congressional Committee in 2010…

To see the entire article, visit BROADWAYWORLD

The following was posted on Facebook:

The Maine Stay Inn and Cottages

Clay Aiken is coming to the Ogunquit Playhouse at the end of July – what a treat!!!















The next two months will be filled with excitement and fun.  This is a great time to support Clay as much as we can. One way is to comment on articles, re-tweet messages about Clay and pass the word around about this great show.

Have you all visited CANN’s Facebook page?  I hope you will all stop by and give us a “Like”  And, as I am sure you all know, CANN has a twitter account.  CANN loves followers!

Of course, I will try to keep CANN updated as quickly as I can.  I hope that this site is helpful in collecting the news into one site…at least that is one of our goals!

 Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

  Have any of you seen it?

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9 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – A Special Day!

  1. I’m so excited for Clay I’ve been commenting and retweeting everything. What a fun summer this will be. Clay is going to knock’em dead! 🙂

  2. I am very excited that Clay is doing this. I love this show! It has many different types of music in it and Clay's voice will shine. I would love to attend it, but can't at the time it is being performed. I know those that do see it will be in for an awesome experience! I do have the dvd with Donny Osmond and have watched it many times. Great show.

  3. I've never seen this play so it will all be new to me. Heard Donny Osmond had this role and he was very good. Can't wait to get clack as I won't be able to attend, 🙁

  4. im verry excited for clay that clay is doing this i saw andy gibb do this wonderfull show he had this role also

  5. I love that Broadway World reported on this show and Drowsy Chaperone! I am hoping against hope that this run in Maine is the beginning of "Joseph" heading to Broadway via Broadway in Boston. A couple trial runs in this area then to Broadway or maybe a tour- that would be FUN!

  6. Yeah for the exciting career news about Clay playing Joseph. I'm not familiar with this show so I will need to study up on it. I do know 2 of the songs though and can't wait to here Clay singing them.

  7. That explains why he's on East Coast. He's probably rehearsing for Joseph. Wondering what he did with the little dude, if he took 'em with him or did he have to stay behind in NC with Granny Faye or Momma Jaymes?!!! Wish he weren't performing so far away!!!! Clay-Come back to Ohio!!! We miss you in Toledo!!!!!!!

  8. OMG. The second sentence out of my mouth when I heard Clay's Audition was Ohhhh, I want to hear him sing "Close every door to me". Now he is going to sing it and I cannot go. I am dying inside. I wonder if I could return to my health of say…50 years ago. Well actually even 40years would do!

  9. I was able to purchase tickets for Joseph…fairly easily. Getting a place to stay was much more difficult. After several days of trying both on line and by phone, I got the last room at the Towne Lyne Motel. Looking forward to seeing Clay perform on Aug 7.

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