Enjoy the crazy upside down world of the Addams Family, where to be sad is happy, to feel pain is joy, and death and suffering are what their dreams are made of. Yet they still face the same trials and tribulations of “normal families.” Comedy ensues when their dark, beloved daughter Wednesday falls in love with Lucas, a normal boy who knows nothing of this strange family. We join them at dinner, a night which guarantees laughs for our audience amidst the altogether kooky hilarity of the Addams family.
NOTE: This show contains strobe lights.
Show Rating: PG-13 (due to innuendo)
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