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Auditions this week for local ‘Addams Family Musical’ production

Biggest Little Theatre Co. is looking for young actors, age 6 to 16, for a production of the Broadway musical based on the classic TV show
Backstage at the Biggest Little Theatre Company’s production of “Shrek Jr.”

The Biggest Little Theatre Company is holding auditions this week for its production of the Broadway musical version of the classic TV comedy “The Addams Family”,

The Biggest Lile Theatre Company (BLTC) invites young performers, age 6 to 16, to audition this week. 

"Celebrate the wackiness in every family with our best-selling Broadway musical adapted for middle  school-age performers" BLTC said in a news release. "Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family whom her parents have never met. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s 'normal' boyfriend and his parents."

Auditions are taking place this week, until May 18. 

Those interested can find the forms and information on the BLTC website here. Performers need to prepare a short video of themselves singing a song from a musical or Disney film. They must also prepare a short scary story to demonstrate their acting chops.

For more details, check the FAQ on the auditions page at

The Biggest Little Theatre Company was founded in 2022. “The Addams Family Musical” is their seventh production. 

“With our program, youth will take part in all  aspects of putting on a full musical production … From props to costumes, to singing and dancing — your child will do it all,” the company said in a news release.

There are no registration fees for young performers taking part in Biggest Little Theatre Co. productions “to make sure  any child who wants to take part has the opportunity to do so.” 

The company stages performances and holds rehearsals outside the core of the city, with previous productions staged in Azilda, Lively, Hanmer and Garson. 

“If there's a stage, we'll put on a show,” Biggest Little Theatre Company said.


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