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Pima Theater's Addams Family cast, Jeshua Durazo, Gia Ndoye, Benjamin Evans, Patrick Lopez, Eileen Anderson, Maggie Nardo and  Allison Jennings, Photo by Zora Street.

‘The Addams Family - A New Musical’ Opens at Pima in Spanglish and with Double Cast Performances, April 18

Tucson, AZ – Prepare to be spellbound as Pima Theater presents “The Addams Family - A New Musical,” a darkly delightful journey that embraces the quirks of every family. This enchanting production, featuring an original story by Marshall Brickman and mesmerizing music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, is set to captivate audiences from April 18-28.

Under the direction of Jose “Chach” Snook and choreographed by Simone Jolivet, with music direction by Matt Holter, this rendition of “The Addams Family” promises to be a unique and unforgettable experience, thanks to the exceptional talent of two incredibly gifted casts. Audiences will have the opportunity to witness the magic unfold through the dynamic performances of the ITT Cast and the THING Cast, ensuring a fresh and exhilarating experience as they alternate shows. Plus, to add a little more flair, this production will feature a “Spanglish” script that fuses a bit of the Spanish into the English script.

“The way these actors have brought these characters to life has been an absolute joy to witness,” says Snook. “The amount of hours spent in and out of rehearsal shines through each and every performance. And the production crew has been hard at work developing aspects of the show that will make this production next level.

“It has been an absolute joy and honor to work with these students and to guide them through this journey. This show is not to be missed and come see both casts, you’ll be glad you did!”

In this comically heartwarming tale, audiences will witness the timeless tale of Wednesday Addams’ unexpected romance with a “normal” young man, throwing the Addams household into delightful disarray.

Director Snook leads a talented cast, with each bringing their own flair to such iconic characters as Gomez, Morticia and the enigmatic Wednesday. Jolivet, the choreographer, infuses the production with electrifying dance sequences that elevate the storytelling to new heights, while music director Holter ensures that every note resonates with the audience.

Join us for an unforgettable production of laughter, love and all things kooky at Pima West Campus.

What: Pima Theater presents “The Addams Family - A New Musical”
When: April 18-28, Thursday-Saturday, 7 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m.; ASL Night: April 26
Where: Proscenium Theatre, West Campus Center for the Arts, Pima Community College, 2202 W. Anklam Road, Tucson, AZ, 85709
Tickets: $15/$10, Pima College students receive one free ticket
Information: Tickets are available through Box Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 12-5 p.m. and one hour before each performance. For additional information, please call 520-206-6986, or go to


Pima Arts encompasses an array of artistic disciplines that ignite the imagination and foster innovation. Pima Arts encompasses performing arts, visual arts, fashion design and digital arts. Led by a team of highly skilled and passionate faculty members, Pima Arts is committed to imparting their expertise and knowledge to inspire and guide the next generation of creative minds. Students are provided with a rich and immersive learning experience that empowers them to explore their artistic potential.

Founded in 1969, Pima Community College offers degrees and certificates in more than 100 transfer and occupational programs at teaching sites throughout Pima County. To learn more, visit or call (520) 206-4500.


Carina Garcia, Marketing and Publicity Coordinator
Arts Division - Pima Community College, 520-206-3062

Chach Snook, Director

Banner Photo by Zora Street - Pima Theater's Addams Family cast, Jeshua Durazo, Gia Ndoye, Benjamin Evans, Patrick Lopez, Eileen Anderson, Maggie Nardo and Allison Jennings.
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