Addams Family Takes Stage at JFK

Addams Family takes stage at JFK photo

The 1960s sitcom The Addams Family came to life on the stage of John F. Kennedy Middle School as a musical comedy production by the building’s drama club.

The three-night show opened on Jan. 31 with appeal to an audience of all ages. Teacher Zachary Levy directed the play while collaborating with vocal director Jonathan Wibben, choreographer Kaitlin Gregory and stage crew director Michael Gamman to give guidance to the student actors.

The Addams Family debuted as a cartoon created by Charles Addams for The New Yorker in 1938 before being adapted to a television show in 1964 and a feature film in 1991.

The district congratulates the entire staff and crew for their efforts towards an exceptional production for all ages!

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