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Wellington Repertory Theatre Presents the Addams Family

Wellington Repertory Theatre Presents the Addams Family – a New Musical



Wellington Repertory is Proud to Present the First Full Scale Production Broadway Hit the Addams Family – a New Musical in New Zealand From 24 June to 5 July 2014.


with Book by Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice And Music & Lyrics by Andrew Lippa, the Show is Based on the Characters From Charles Addams’ Cartoon Strips From the New York Times And Features an Original Story That is Every Father’s nightmare.


Wednesday Addams, the Ultimate Princess of Darkness, Has Grown up And Fallen in Love with a Sweet, Smart Young Man From a Respectable Family – a Man Her Parents Have Never Met. If That Weren’t Upsetting Enough, Wednesday Confides in Her Father And Begs Him Not to Tell Her Mother. Now, Gomez Addams Must Do Something He’s Never Done Before – Keep a Secret From His Beloved Wife, Morticia.


Everything Will Change for the Whole Family on the Fateful Night They Host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘Normal’ Boyfriend And His Parents.


Director Ewen Coleman Has Assembled a Stellar Creative Team, Including Musical Director Josh Hopton-Stewart, Choreographers Mel Heaphy And Nicki Bramwell-Cooke And Pianist Sam Rorke, And a Cast of 20 to Make This entertainment at Its Best And Not-to-Be Missed.


The Production Runs From Tuesday 24 June to Saturday 5 July (Excluding Monday 30 June, And Production Times Vary) at the Gryphon Theatre, Ghuznee Street,
Wellington.


To Book Tickets, Email Bookings@Wellingtonrepertory.Org.Nz, Or Call 479 3393.


Tickets Prices Are $25 Waged, $20 Unwaged, $18 for Pre-Paid Groups of 10 Or More.


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