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Don't Miss Livingston High School's Spring Musical "The Addams Family"

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Livingston High School Presents "The Addams Family" Credits: Livingston Public Schools
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Livingston High School Presents "The Addams Family" Credits: Livingston Public School
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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston High School students, under the direction of Janene De Paolo and musical direction of Michael Jebwabnik, will present their spring musical "The Addams Family" this weekend at Livingston High School.

Upcoming performances will be held on Friday, and Saturday, March 16 and 17, with a show at 7 p.m. each evening and a 2 p.m. matinee performance on Saturday.

“The Addams Family” is a musical comedy that tells the story of a ghoulish American family with an affinity for all things macabre. In the Addams family household, everything is flipped upside down: happy is sad, pain is joy and suffering is a dream.

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For her entire life, Wednesday Addams has abided by her family’s unconventional way of life, but at 18 years old, she has fallen in love with a “normal” teenage boy from Ohio. When she invites his family over for dinner, the two very different families have a very interesting evening.

This year’s cast is as follows:

Max Goott..................................................Gomez Addams

Sunnie Eraso............................................Morticia Addams

VIncent DeMeo..........................................................Fester

Lily Botea..............................................................Grandma

Sarah Giulianti..................................Wednesday Addams

Noah Rochman........................................Pugsley Addams

Theo Offerman...........................................................Lurch

Kyle Cao...........................................................Mal Beineke

Samantha Kahn............................................Alice Beineke

Lucas Beineke.................................................Josh Meyers

Ensemble:

Ilana Chalom, Isabelle Chirls, Quinn Davidson, Jenna Foley, Julia Gaudioso, Drew Fabian, Lauren Hirschman, Cassie Hui, Joe Lanigan, Marissa Lipschutz**, Ryan Gavi, Matthew Gershman, Megan Rosilli, Mikayla Grubb, Jillian Skara, Ryan Grossbard, Jaina Jallow, Maya Kedar- Mehl, Madison Lysek, Carley Margolis, Alex Miller, Griffin Wade

Crew:

Brian Megaro..................................Technical Director

Stacey Aneson............................Costumes Supervisor

Lucienne Gesualdo.....................Production Manager

Samantha Indyke.................................Stage Manager

Joanna Primamore.....................Asst. Stage Manager

Leah Dollinger...............................Technical Manager

David Heguy....................................Lighting Engineer

Nathan Katz........................................Sound Engineer

Scott Faber................................Asst. Sound Engineer

Quinn Wright....................Public Relations Manager

Lindsey Hesse.........Asst. Public Relations Manager

Gabriella Santucci......................Costumes Manager

Isabella Icolari...................Asst. Costumes Manager

Caitlin Taylor......................................Props Manager

Don’t miss the chance to see this “creepy, kooky, mysteriously spooky” musical comedy. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online here.

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