Creepy. Kooky. Spooky. Ooky. The Addams Family is back!
The infamous Addams Family is back thanks to students at Hunting Hills High School!
Students and staff are set to present The Addams Family Musical. Join in for an evening of spooky laughs, creepy delights, and family fun! Performances run at the Memorial Centre on Thursday, March 15th at 7 p.m., Friday, March 16th at 7 p.m., and Saturday, March 17th at noon and 7 p.m.
About 85 students have been working tirelessly for six months to prepare this show for the community.
Adult tickets are $15 each, while student tickets are $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Hunting Hills High School bookstore (between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on school days), or at the door on show nights (cash only). Tickets can also be reserved by email at email@example.com.
There will also be a delicious dinner theatre option on Friday night. Tickets are $30 and include dinner and a show.
“It’s a really, fun energetic musical and there is a lot happening,” said Kiel Fredrickson, Artistic Director and Teacher at Hunting Hills High School.
The play is about Wednesday falling in love with someone who is from modern society which leads to a shake up to the family dynamic, said Kelsey Rumberger, Technical Director and Teacher at Hunting Hills.
“It leads to comedic effects,” laughed Fredrickson. “There’s lots of fun humour in it with big musical numbers and we’ve got quite a bit of dance including a tango. There is a South American influence in the actual story itself so we have infused that into the design of the show as well. It’s a really fun show!”
He added the students have let their creativity fly throughout the process.
“The kids came up with a lot of the design aesthetics for the sets, they created props, they have been sewing costumes, painting, and making puppets by hand,” said Fredrickson. “The lighting and sound design is also done by students. It is pretty much entirely student-driven. Our students have grown so much in the last six months.You can see their enthusiasm has grown and their abilities as performers have grown as well.”