The Addams Family
Teen Show 2017
Directed by Lindsay Franklin
Welcome to the Addams family mansion, a place where dreariness, darkness, and gloom reside and their prideful owners host Wednesday's boyfriend and his family for dinner. When Wednesday reveals a secret to Gomez, how will he choose between being true to his insistent daughter or his demanding wife? Join us to see what happens when this iconic family is forced to act "normal" for a night!
Gomez Addams - The Spanish accented patriarch of the family who is torn between keeping a secret for his daughter and keeping one from his wife. Baritone/Bass (B flat to G sharp)
Morticia Addams - The matriarch of the family. She is strong, dark, and sensual with a dry sense of humor. She does not like to be kept in the dark (ironically). Mezzo-Soprano/Alto (G sharp to B flat)
Uncle Fester - Quirky, joyful, and good natured. He tries to use the ancestors to help with the family dinner. Tenor/Baritone (C sharp to C sharp)
Grandma - Also quirky - a comedic role. Soprano (G sharp to F sharp)
Wednesday Addams - "The princess of darkness", as she is often called, falls in love with a "vanilla" young man and tries to get her family to act normal for just one night and approve of Lucas. She is witty and likable. Soprano/Mezzo-Soprano (A sharp to E sharp)
Pugsley Addams - Wednesday's little brother who loves to be tortured and feels left out as Wednesday is moving on. He attempts to foil her plans at dinner. Tenor (A sharp to F sharp)
Lurch - Is Lurch. He is slow and doesn't actually speak in understandable English. Bass (E flat to E sharp)
Mal Beineke - Is Lucus's buttoned-up, former musician father who now has a strained relationship with his wife because they have both lost themselves along the way. Tenor (C sharp to A sharp)
Alice Beineke - Is Lucus's devoted mother. She appears to be very preppy and conservative, but with a little help from Pugsley-she lets loose! Soprano (A flat to G sharp)
Lucas Beineke - An average guy who is madly in love with Wednesday and just wants the night to go off without a hitch so that he can marry her. Tenor/Baritone (C sharp to C sharp)
The Addams Ancestors (Ensemble) - dead people who sing and dance. A very active ensemble of ghosts!
- Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 1:00 PM
- Monday, April 24, 2017 at 7:00 PM
The Production Staff is seeking 13 - 18 year olds who are in middle or high school at the time of auditions (so 2017 graduates are welcome!). Those interested in auditioning are asked to prepare a show tune to sing for up to one minute, and an accompanist will be provided so please bring sheet music. There will also be a dance audition and readings from the script. Those auditioning for Morticia and Gomez will be asked to learn and dance a short section of Tango de Amor. Those auditioning need only attend one of the two audition dates. Teens who come to auditions do not need to make an appointment. Please expect to spend about 2-3 hours at the theater the day of your audition. We make every effort to get people home at a decent hour, but this is often dependent on how many people turn up for auditions. We thank you in advance for your patience!
The first rehearsal (a read-through) is planned for April 26th at 7:00 pm (including a parent meeting, also at 7:00). Rehearsals will be held on Sunday afternoons from 1:00 - 5:00pm and Monday/Wednesday evenings from 7-9:30 (beginning June 12, after school is out, rehearsals will go until 10:00 instead of 9:30). Tech week rehearsals will run July 9-12 beginning at 6:00 pm. All tech week rehearsals and performances are mandatory for anyone cast in the show.
Definite performances dates are Fridays, July 14 and 21 at 8:00, Saturdays, July 15 and 22 at 8:00, Sundays, July 16 and 23 at 2:00, and Thursday, July 20th at 8pm. Potential added performances are July 15 and 22 at 2:00 pm.
Coming July 14th
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|Set Design and Stage Manager|
|Rose Marie Turbessi|
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