VHS presents Addams Family musical

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Published on November 19, 2014 with No Comments

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Pictured are (front to back row) Senior Daniel Brajas as Lucas Beineke, Junior Laura Riggle as Alice Beineke and Junior Jackson Block as Mal Beineke; Senior Maddie Blaney, Seniors Patrick Azar and Carli Meihofer as Gomez and Morticia Addams and Sophomore Matthew Klemm as Pugsley; Sophomore Dennis Murray as Lurch, Senior Nathan Bongard as Uncle Fester and Junior Olivia Chappell as Grandma.

The Valparaiso High School Drama Club will present the Northwest Indiana premiere of “The Addams Family, The Musical” on Friday, Nov. 21 and Saturday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 23 at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $10. Advance tickets are sold at Blythes Sporting Goods and Valpo Velvet.  Tickets are also available at the door. General seating.

Valparaiso High School Seniors Patrick Azar and Carli Meihofer will star as Gomez and Morticia in a cast that also includes Senior Nathan Bongard as Uncle Fester, Junior Olivia Chappell as Grandma, Senior Maddie Blaney as Wednesday, Sophomore Matthew Klemm as Pugsley, Sophomore Dennis Murray as Lurch and Daniel Brajas as Lucas Beineke, Junior Laura Riggle as Alice Beineke and Junior Jackson Block as Mal Beineke.

Portraying the ancestors are seniors Abie Mwaura, Mary Jancovich, Ally Runnion, Storm Stevenson, Emily Walsh, Emily Ahrendt, Aaron Melendez, Kurt Kohler and Isahia Javier; juniors Kathryn Jankowski, Katelyn Hagen, Paris Stark, Michael Radford; sophomores Kris Bluhm and Michael Kelley; and freshmen Kait Saver and Darien Gress. And knight agrees that the ease and accessibility of computerized music can also be cause for caution in using technology with students who have not learned the basics of playing an www.paper-writer.org instrument

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