Our current production:



"The Addams Family"

A new musical


Book by Marsall Brickman & Rick Elice
Music & Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Based on characters created by Charles Addams


Directed by Elaine Waddell




A show not to be missed!


Moving on from the earlier TV series and movies, Wednesday Addams has now grown up and fallen in love with Lucas, a sweet, smart young man from a “normal” family – a young man her parents have never met.


To complicate matters, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he's never done before - keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia!


Will everything change for the Addams family when the two families finally meet?  Will Grandma Addams be able to keep herself nice? Will Uncle Fester be able to appear “normal’? What of Pugsley if his sister loses interest in their beloved games of torture? Will Lurch frighten off the guests?  What if Morticia finds out about “the proposal”?


You will love the characters in this show!

By arrangement with Origin Theatrical on behalf of Theatrical Rights Worldwide New York.    www.origintheatrical.com.au

Morticia toys with the Grim Reaper
Morticia toys with the Grim Reaper

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Introducing The Beineke's
Introducing The Beineke's

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Introducing the Addam's Family
Introducing the Addam's Family

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Onstage in September:    "THE COTTAGE AT TATHRA"


A new and original short mystery play by David Burke -now successfully cast!


Congratulations to:


Jodie Meaker, Dean Usher, Amber Little, Sam Roberts, Elaine Waddell and Jessica Newell.


About the Play:


The lethal raid on Sydney Harbour by Japanese midget subs in May 1942 was breathtakingly audacious. But what of the tragic happenings that followed as they moved south? In their deadly assault on shipping off the NSW South Coast did the Japanese secretly come ashore on lonely beaches to seek supplies? Was that possibly the only time that an enemy set foot on our mainland? Perhaps Tathra Painter Sarah Beamish knew the answer. This play follows the contemporary investigations of a young writer as he tries to unravel the fatal mystery of what really happened on the South Coast during WW2.


Seeking crew - phone the Director, Bruce Waddell on 0414 561 762