When the time came for the curtain to fall for the last time in front of the waving, white-clad megamixers, Lee was busy over the water in New York, but it seems entirely appropriate to include the final chapter in this Joseph story on his Timeline - without this production of Joseph and its TV quest for a lead, how many of us would even have heard yet of a certain Mr Mead?
This is my chance to say a public and heartfelt thank you to the entire Joseph company for the many happy hours I spent at the Adelphi over its phenomenally successful two year run - I may have first walked through those doors as a Lee fan, but I fast became a fan of the whole wonderfully talented, incredibly hard-working and highly entertaining cast.
I wish them all huge success in their future ventures and look forward to seeing them on stage again in the months and years to come.
To mark the occasion, the cast share some of their own thoughts and memories in a series of seven videos, filmed by cast member Craig Scott (already famed for his camera work for the Butler Baker project and on Lee's last night), published on both the Really Useful Group and Joseph the Musical websites.
Cast member (and Dance Captain) Pip Jordan and the Production Team share their memories of the past two years - Part 1, Part 2
Photographs by Tristram Kenton © The Really Useful Group Ltd 2007
Video 1 - Name? Job? Time in the show?
Video 2 - Favourite part of the show?
Video 3 - Least favourite part of the show?
Video 4 - This one time on Joseph...
Video 5 - What gets you through the show?
Video 6 - What would you say to everyone thats seen the show?
And that all important question...
Video 7 - Butler or Baker?