Baylor Presents The Addams Family Musical April 26-30

Thursday, April 20, 2017

The Baylor Players will perform The Addams Family, A New Musical on Wednesday, April 26, through Saturday, April 29, at 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, April 30, at 2:30 p.m. in Roddy Theater. 

Tickets are $5 and will be on sale in the Campus Store beginning Friday.

The Cast:
Gomez Addams: Andrew Butt
Morticia Addams: Avery Smith
Uncle Fester: Matthew Davis
Grandma: Elizabeth Culp/Madison Macdonald
Wednesday Addams: Julia Steck
Pugsley Addams: Max Montague
Lurch: Pete Harinsuit
Mal Beineke: Will Schatzman
Alice Beineke: Charis Boyd/Emma Flanagan
Lucas Beineke: Andrew Hoffman/Emanual Williams
Thing, Iguanodon, Birds, Moon Puppeteer: Sam Lustig
Cousin It: Mary Blair Horner
Grim Reapers: Riley Grove, Kristopher Kennedy
Addams Family Ancestors:
Kendall Brantley, Paris Buckner, Monica Cheng, Allison Cook, Sam Crouse, Lexie Edwards, Riley Grove, Elizabeth Hayslett, Allison Hill, Abbie Holloway, Mary Blair Horner, Anika Iqbal, Jonyca Jiao*, Carrie Jordan, Caroline Keller, Kristopher Kennedy, Leah Kessler*, Hailey Miller*, Chapin Montague, Carolyn Potts, Peyton Randolph*, Erin Ray*, Sydney Anne Sutherland, Elizabeth Van Deusen, Sophie Wisenbaker, Lily Zabel*.



*featured dancers

The Crew:
Director: Beth Gumnick
Musical Director: Tom Schow
Accompanist: Chiann Tsui
Choreographers: Beth Gumnick, Cathy Pettway
Vocal Coach: Vincent Oakes
Set/Lighting Designer: Garrett Walsh
Carpentry/Painting Crew: Jackson Bush (Lead Carpenter), Zoe Elias Sidon Kwon, Sarah Sims
Electrics Crew: Nick Perlaky, Will Turner, James Shaughnessy
Lighting Designer: Will Turner
Follow Spot Operators: Andrew Hoffman, Eman Williams
Costume Designer: Sharon Bandy
Costume Crew: Maggie Clark, Haille Dinger, Sophie Shea, Mattie Sienknecht, Emma Smith, Maddy Toledano, Lucy Townsend, Hannah Williams
Hair and Make-up: Jenna Azzouz, Sarah Sims
Sound Engineers: Nick Perlaky, James Shaughnessy
Production Stage Manager: Xander Von Klar
Assistant Stage Managers: Jenna Azzouz, Katherine Jefferson
Dance Captains: Hailey Miller, Lily Zabel

The Addams Family Orchestra:
Director: Thomas Schow (faculty)
Flute: Kamryn Bloh, Deniece Schow (faculty)
Reeds: Darya Bajestani, Nicholas Daniels
Bassoon: Sophie Shea
Trumpet: William Roberts, Shaan Desai, Jason Royal (faculty)
Trombone: William Ingraham
Violin: Sara Beth Zeiser, Mandy Huang
Guitar & Ukulele: Sarah Anne Evans
Bass: James Shaughnessy
Drum Set: Zach Thornton
Percussion: Lynn Gui
Keyboards: Fanjun Bu, Chiann Tsui (faculty)



The Colonnade Players Presents Disney’s The Little Mermaid

The Colonnade Players will present the musical production of “Disney’s The Little Mermaid” Feb. 9-17. It will be at the Colonnade Theatre, 264 Catoosa Cir. in Ringgold.  Showtimes will be: Feb. 9 and 10 at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 11 at 2:30 p.m., Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 17 at 1 and 7:30 p.m.  Tickets are $13-$17 and available at www.colonnadecenter.org or by ... (click for more)

CSO Presents Compose Yourself Feb. 11

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera will present their annual family-friendly symphony event, Compose Yourself, on Sunday, Feb. 11, at 3 p.m. at the Volkswagen Conference Center.  Conducted by CSO Music Director Kayoko Dan and narrated by Carey Shinbaum, Compose Yourself is a 50-minute concert designed to introduce young audiences to the wonders of a symphony orchestra. ... (click for more)

City Council Considering New 2-Year $600,000 Contract With Father To The Fatherless

The City Council is considering whether to approve a new two-year contract of up to $600,000 with Father to the Fatherless for the Violence Reduction Initiative. Council members had a number of questions during a lengthy hearing on Tuesday afternoon, but Police Chief David Roddy said the program has helped bring a 35 percent reduction in gun-related shootings and a 16 percent ... (click for more)

168 In Homeless Cold Weather Shelters; Cleveland Offices Open At Noon

The Salvation Army is at capacity with its cold weather shelter at 60 and the Community Kitchen has 108 so far in the cold weather shelter, officials said Tuesday night.  Kimberly George said, "This is the most the two of us have had so far." She added, "More are at the Chattanooga Rescue Mission too."  Lows are not set to reach above freezing in Chattanooga ... (click for more)

Thank You, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Thank you, Dr. King for stepping-out.  Thank you for your lasting voice to what it's all about. Thank you, Dr. King for  stepping up and also showing-up, ...when decisions were being made and  your refusal  to shut-up.  We find your fingerprints on both directions and toward progress.  your modeling, mentoring,  and reactions helps ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Once In A Blue…

On August 21st this past summer, four black women were walking down the street in Dayton, Tn., when a white man asked from his porch, “Are you ladies here to see the eclipse?” Told that yes, they most certainly were, the gentleman pointed to his back deck and another white couple and said, “If you don’t have plans, would you care to sit with us?” The ladies were delighted and ... (click for more)