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)



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