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FULTON – Eccentric Gomez Addams (portrayed by senior David Houck) tries to comfort his heartbroken daughter Wednesday (played by Vita Dean).
Though Gomez realizes his daughter has grown up, he can’t help but look at her and see the young child she once was.
Their story is featured in Quirk’s Players spring musical, The Addams Family, under the direction of Tom Briggs.
The production wraps up with a pair of performances Saturday, March 11 (2 and 7:30 p.m.) in the Bodley Auditorium.
Based on the characters created by The New Yorker magazine artist Charles Addams, the story centers around young Wednesday Addams who is now grown up.
Tickets may be purchased at the door.
Photo by Kelly LeVea