The Addams Family Musical!

Wednesday has fallen in love with a nice young man from Ohio! The dinner party hosted by Gomez & Morticia to meet the boy’s parents goes devilishly awry, testing the bonds of family, love, and unholy matrimony.

Presented by the Ziegfeld Theatre Company - Reduced pricing Wednesday second week! 7:30pm shows, Sunday at 6pm.

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Ages: All Ages

Wednesday Pricing:  HOUSE SEATING: $23 Adult, $19 Youth 12 & Under; PREFERRED FRONT OF HOUSE: $29 Adult, $24 Youth 12 & Under; CABARET $35

Friday - Sunday Pricing: HOUSE SEATING:  $29 Adult, $24 Youth 12 & Under; PREFERRED FRONT OF HOUSE: $35 Adult, $30 Youth 12 & Under; CABARET: $45 

Tickets increase by $5 half hour before show time.

All sales final, NO REFUNDS.  Exchanges are permitted given 24 hours notice of original ticketed date plus $5 per ticket exchange fee. Exchanges are made for a different date for the same show only.

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In the kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, to be sad is to be happy, to feel pain is to feel joy, and death and suffering are the stuff of their dreams. Nonetheless, this quirky family still has to deal with many of the same challenges faced by any other family, and the spookiest nightmare faced by every family creates the focus Lippa, Brickman, and Elice’s musical: the Addams kids are growing up. The Addamses have lived by their unique values for hundreds of years and Gomez and Morticia, the patriarch and matriarch of the clan, would be only too happy to continue living that way. Their dark, macabre, beloved daughter Wednesday, however, is now an eighteen year-old young woman who is ready for a life of her own. She has fallen in love with Lucas Beineke, a sweet, smart boy from a normal, respectable Ohio family — the most un-Addams sounding person one could be! And to make matters worse, she has invited the Beinekes to their home for dinner. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams family must face up to the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change.

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