Do you ever get that 1960s TV show theme song stuck in your head? The one with the snapping? Or maybe you look forward to watching the 1991 remake movie during Freeform’s “Thirteen Nights of Halloween.” If so, save the dates, March 9, 10 and 11.

The Oliver Ames High School Music Department is putting together “The Addams Family.” In contrast to Dr. Seuss’ colorful world in “Seussical” last year have a look inside kooky, spooky, ooky world the Addams’ live in.

Raising teenagers is never easy, but what will Gomez and Morticia Addams do when their 18-year-old daughter, Wednesday, starts to like puppies and unicorns and not the usual gore and violence she enjoyed as a child? Or how about when she brings a boy and his family to their house for dinner? Laugh along as you see the cynical family scramble to act normal in front of another family. Enjoy family politics with a dark twist - and catchy songs.

"It's something very different than what OA has done in the past few years, but it's going to be just as entertaining of a show for all audiences to come and see," said cast member Holly Chadwick.

Show dates are March 9, 10, and 11. Tickets will be available on very soon.

Emily Devlin writes for Oliver Ames High School’s web site, the Daily Olivian. You can check out the Olivian at or follow them on Twitter at @DailyOlivian.