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Michael recently closed Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Wonderland, and Mary Poppins in rep at Tuacahn Center for the Arts. He played Levi and u/s Reuben ("One More Angel") in Joseph, in addition to serving as Dance Captain. He was one of the smooth-singing boy-band Knights in Wonderland, and danced in the ensemble of Mary Poppins while u/s Robertson Ay.

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Playbill names Joseph one of thirteen musicals seen across the country that should not be missed- from Broadway-bound new musicals to regional theatre productions with Main Stem stars. Read the full list!

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Playbill: Check Out Photos of American Idol's David Archuleta in Tuacahn's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Following its brief Broadway run, original composer Frank Wildhorn and lyricist/book writer Jack Murphy join director Gabriel Barre and choreographer Jennifer Paulson-Lee on this rewritten production.

BroadwayWorld: First Look at WONDERLAND at Tuacahn Amphitheatre

"Wonderland" Showcases Larger-Than-Life World of Whimsy Introspection

Peggy Hickey directs this "joyful, fantastical tale... From seemingly effortless ballet to highly energetic Broadway dancing, [Mara Newbery-Greer's] choreography enchants the audience. The tapping in “Step in Time” is first-rate with clear and clean sounds, again showing the level of talent."

BroadwayWorld: First Look at MARY POPPINS at Tuacahn Amphitheatre

It's a Jolly Holiday with Mary Poppins at Tuacahn in Ivins, UT

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Last June, Michael starred as the mysterious wire-walker Bellini in Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt's Mirette, based on the award winning children's book by Emily Arnold McCully. Mirette was apart of Music Theatre Wichita's 50th Anniversary season. 

"Because Paul must be lithe on the 'wire,' it’s a great role for a dancer who’s ready to become a musical theater leading man (as Michael Dikegoros proved he was)"

-Peter Filichia - Read more here.

"Michael Dikegoros, who has stood out in many small comic roles at MTW, steps into a leading role and renders a very solid portrayal of Bellini, giving us an honest and sincere look at a man at odds with himself"-Paula Makar

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