Andrew Lloyd Webber: The story of Joseph is wonderful because it’s a very simple, primal tale about jealousy and then redemption and forgiveness. And that’s a primal tale. I mean, the story … I mean, thinking of the Tim Rice ones, it’s a story of, well, the last seven days of Jesus Christ is pretty good. And Evita, you know, which was very much Tim Rice’s idea, a very interesting idea, I think looking back at it to have written in 1975, ’76, which is when we wrote it, because it was in a way probably much more about what was going on at the time in our own country, Britain.