Waukon High School to present “The Addams Family” this weekend ...

The Waukon High School music department has selected “The Addams Family” as this year’s musical production under the direction of Louise Wild and musical director Sarah Palmer. Three performances are being planned for this weekend, including Thursday and Saturday, November 1 and 3, both at 7:30 p.m., as well as a matinee performance at 1 p.m. Sunday, November 4. Anyone previously purchasing tickets for the originally planned Friday evening performance that has now been moved to the Sunday matinee, may use them for admission to any of the other performances. Each of the performances will be held at the Waukon High School auditorium and children who come in costume to any showing of the musical will receive a special treat with The Addams Family. For ticket information, call Shelly Lydon at 563-568-8670 or email  waukonmusical@live.com.

The ghoulish Addams family is visiting the graveyard for an annual gathering of all family members (living, dead and undecided) to celebrate what it is to be an Addams. Uncle Fester (played by Sean Liddiard) stops the ancestors’ return to their graves to enlist their help. He explains that Wednesday (played by Oonagh Ahouse), under protest, has invited her new (normal) boyfriend, Lucas Beineke (played by Denzel Decker), and his parents, Mal (played by Robbie Drew) and Alice (played by Emily Kolsrud), to dinner. While torturing Pugsley (played by Ashton Gallagher), Wednesday admits that love is pulling her in a new direction.

Meanwhile, Morticia (played by Leslie Halverson) and Gomez (played by Ryan VanderVelden) worry about their daughters’ changing ways. Supporting cast members include Grandmama (played by Miann Barr), Lurch (played by Aidan Jones), and Head Ancestors (played by Aislinn Goettel, Hailey Bresnahan and Madelyn Helgerson). Some of those listed cast members are pictured in the above photo submitted by Waukon High School and depicting a scene from the production.
 

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