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2021 SPRING MUSICAL
April 22-25, 2021
Virtual performances will be offered!
The Addams Family Musical
It’s a dismal day at the Addams family’s manse, with the ever-approaching storm clouds reflecting the gloomy atmosphere that has beset the household. Daughter Wednesday, now eighteen years old, has found herself experiencing a surprising new sensation, one that frightens both her and her family: she has fallen in love. Lucas Beineke, the object of her affections, comes from a seemingly normal family, and he and his parents Mal and Alice are on their way to the Addams’ estate to become better acquainted with the family over dinner. Brother Pugsley, who has been largely ignored since Wednesday’s involvement with Lucas, begins to miss the attention his sister previously paid to him and pleads with her to torture him once more. Meanwhile, mother Morticia finds herself conflicted over her ever-maturing daughter’s newfound feelings, while oblivious father Gomez simply wishes things would remain the way they were. As they learn to relate to the Beinekes and cope with Wednesday’s romance, one thing is certain: the Addams family will never be the same.
Based on the real-life Newsboy Strike of 1899, this new Disney musical tells the story of Jack Kelly, a rebellious newsboy who dreams of a life as an artist away from the big city. After publishing giant Joseph Pulitzer raises newspaper prices at the newsboys' expense, Kelly and his fellow newsies take action.
Ain't it a fine life!
Carrying the banner through it all
A mighty fine life!
Carrying the banner tough and tall
When that bell rings
We goes where we wishes
We's as free as fishes
Sure beats washing dishes
What a fine life
Carrying the banner home-free all!
2019 MADRIGAL PRODUCTION
DECEMBER 12, 2019. 7:00 P.M.
Princess Grace of Knockerdown
It’s not smart to snub evil fairies: just ask Sleeping Beauty, The Light Princess, or Shrek. Well, it’s happened again. Princess Grace has been cursed with great beauty, and perilous clumsiness, until she can “find something to hold onto.” (Okay, it wasn’t a very specific curse.) The king and queen are trying to get her married off and out of the castle, while they still have a castle, but they can’t seem to find a suitor who’s . . . durable. In desperation, the king offers half his kingdom to the man who can woo his daughter and not get woo–nded in return.