The cast of “Addams Family” horses around at Rehearsal.

They’re creepy and they’re kooky, and they’re coming to Alamogordo!

“The Addams Family,” the musical, based on the classic gag cartoons by Charles Addams, opens Friday November 2nd at the Flickinger Center. Performances continue November 3, 9, 10 at 7PM and November 4 at 2 PM.

And you’re not going to want to stay in your seats as this ghoulish family gets in touch with its macabre side.

“You’re going to see The Addams Family in a whole new light and how they deal with the “normal” world”, show director Jeremy Patton said.

Patton said the musical tells the story of Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, all grown up.

“She has a shocking secret that only her father knows — she’s fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family,” he said. “And Gomez must do something he’s never done before and keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia.”

When Wednesday asks her family to act like a “normal” family, the Addams family must discover what is normal, the director said. The results are hilarious and wackiness ensues.

The entire cast has worked tremendously hard on the show. Featured in the production are Fabiani Duarte as Gomez, Hillary Marshall as Morticia, Kyra Zartner as Wednesday, Sid Johnson as Fester and Zack Miller as Wednesday’s Boyfriend, Lucas Beineke. Choreography is by Kehau-Lani Kaihewalu and costumes by Geavonna Bryant. You will see the talents of many more Alamogrdo, Holloman and Cloudcroft faces as well!

Tickets are available online at the Flickinger or in person at their box office. In addition, Tickets are available at Books Revisited in the White Sands Mall or at the door the night of the show.

Remember, One week until opening night! We will see you there! Snap, snap!


After playing to three different raucous crowds last weekend, the Alamogordo Music Theatre’s cast of the Rocky Horror Show is reinvigorated for this, their final weekend!

This Friday and Saturday, November 10 & 11, AMT will continue to captivate the crowds of the die hard Rocky Horror Show fans out there in Alamogordo as well as those new to the Rocky experience! The audiences can enjoy the crowd participation that is correlated to the Rocky Horror mystique, engaging in this wholly live stage production. Prop bags will be available for purchase in the Flickinger lobby to immerse people further into the spectacle!

The show blends film genre tropes such as science-fiction, Gothic fantasy and horror in a mishmash of styles that pokes fun at the B-movies of the 1950’s.  The production boasts a great rock and roll score with songs like “Science Fiction, Double Feature”, “Damn it, Janet” and the iconic piece “The Time Warp”.

Don’t wait to purchase your tickets! All seats are twelve dollars and the productions will be at the Flickinger Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Pizza Mill and Sub Factory, Books Revisited in the White Sands Mall and at the Flickinger. Follow this link to buy your tickets online from the Flickinger website!

Come to the Flickinger Center this weekend and we can do the Time Warp… AGAIN!




AMT’s fall production of The Rocky Horror Show opened last night to an insane crowd! The cast and audience alike were eating up the magnificent energy that was created by the cult classic.

In the four decades since it debuted, The Rocky Horror Show has become the archetype for fun, marked by weekly or monthly interactive viewings in theatres across the country. For the Rocky “Virgins” out there, these productions usually involve a series of callbacks that audience members shout along with or in response to many of the original show’s scripted lines.

Last night was no different! Supplemented by AMT’s prop bags, that were available for purchase in the lobby, the audience got to be right in the thick of the plot: the story of a young couple – Brad (Daniel Humm) and Janet (Stacy Beaupre) – who end up at the mysterious castle of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Lee Austin).  The night takes many twists and turns, throwing them into a world unlike any they have ever known. Unfortunately for them, this evening out is destined to be one they will never forget!

Tonight, there will be two shows for your enjoyment, a traditional 7PM production for the early birds out there AND A MIDNIGHT SHOW for you true die hard Rocky Horror fans! All seats are twelve dollars and both productions will be at the Flickinger Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Pizza Mill and Sub Factory, Books Revisited in the White Sands Mall and at the Flickinger. Follow this link to buy your tickets online from the Flickinger website!

A fast-paced pastiche of camp, science fiction, rock music, horror, and more camp The Rocky Horror Show is a fun adult night out that Alamogordo residents will not soon forget! We will see you tonight!


AVENUE Q opens tonight at the Flickinger Center

After several months of hard work, the cast of Avenue Q premieres tonight at the Flickinger Center for the performing arts. Many hours of rehearsal have been dedicated to learning music, staging and above all, puppetry!

The irreverent, R-rated musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that although the residents seem nice, it’s clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life.

Filled with gut-busting humor and a delightfully catchy score, Avenue Q is a truly unique show that has quickly become a favorite for audiences everywhere. Although the show addresses humorous adult issues, it is similar to a beloved children’s show; a place where puppets are friends, Monsters are good and life lessons are learned.
The cast of Avenue Q is made up exclusively of members from the Alamogordo and surrounding community. Not only are their residents from Alamogordo, but from Tularosa and our Holloman Air Force Base community. The Alamogordo Music Theater has encouraged participation from all areas of the Tularosa basin for over the last 58 years of its existence.

Avenue Q is a new show for AMT.  It’s a bold new step for the organization, trying to introduce more modern shows to the Alamogordo community. In addition to bringing new productions to our area, we plan on bringing the more traditional 1776 to the stage this summer for our nations 240th birthday! Closing out our 2016 season will be another effort to try something new, we will be bringing the wacky Monty Python’s Spamalot to the Flickinger Center this fall.

Do not miss out on Avenue Q! Production dates are April 8, 9, 15, 16 at 7pm at the Flickinger  Center.  There will be a 2 PM matinee on April 10. All seats are $10. Tickets are available at Books Revisited in the Mall, the Flickinger Center and cast members from the show.


IMG_0815One more opportunity to see AMT’s amazing production of “Into the Woods”! After a run of four other performances, “Into the Woods” final performance will begin at 7PM at the Flickinger Center this evening. Don’t miss out on all the witches, the curses, the goodbyes and reverses! It’s a dynamic show with an equally talented cast. Tickets are ten dollars at the Flickinger Center, Alamo Optical, and Books Revisited. If you cannot get to one of those locations, the tickets can be purchased at the door before the show. Your chance to see this amazing production is almost gone, come tonight for a great evening of live theater!



This weekend is your last chance to catch the Alamogordo Music Theatre’s production of “Into the Woods”! Come take a stroll through the wood with Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, Cinderella and the Baker and his Wife, just to name a few! But be careful what you wish for along the way, the consequences may not be what you bargained for!

Productions dates for this weekend are April 17th and 18th at 7PM at the Flickinger Center. Tickets are only ten dollars at the door, at Alamo Optical and Books Revisited in the White Sands Mall. We will see you there!


1cf105ba6cf1209fa57149cb97164c90The Alamogordo Music Theatre is pleased to announce the opening of the their spring musical “Into the Woods”! After several months of rehearsal the production begins tonight at the Flickinger Center of Performing Arts.

One of Stephen Sondheim’s most popular shows, “Into the Woods” intertwines the plots of several Brothers Grimm fairy tales and follows them to explore the consequences of the characters’ wishes and quests. The show covers multiple themes: growing up, parents and children, accepting responsibility, morality, and finally, wish-fulfillment and its consequences. The characters include Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel, and Cinderella, as well as many others. The musical is tied together by an original story involving a childless baker and his wife and their quest to begin a family, their interaction with a Witch who has placed a curse on them, and their instances with other storybook characters during their journey.

“Into the Woods” will have performances at the Flickinger Center on April 10, 11, 17 & 18 at 7PM and a matinee on April 12 at 2PM. All tickets are $10 and are available at Alamo Optical, Books Revisited and at the Flickinger Center.

Amazing talent and great local theater… Catch a show this weekend!



IMG_0333After a long rehearsal process, AMT’s spring production of “Into the Woods” is very near to opening! Dress Rehearsal begins this evening and the cast is ready to go! Props are are set, the costumes prepped and the actors primed and ready to go!

You must get in on this wonderful show! Performances are starting tomorrow April 10 at 7PM at the Flickinger Center! Continuing performances are April 11, 17, 18 at 7PM and April 12 at 2PM. Tickets are available ahead of time at Alamo Optical, Books Revisited and at the Flickinger Center. Come see this amazing show and all the fine talent that Alamogordo has to offer!

Have you seen this girl?


Little Red Riding Hood was last seen going “Into the Woods” shortly after visiting the Baker and his Wife. The couple stated that she was going to Grandmother’s House, a lovely cottage standing underneath three large oak trees. The couple further affirmed that the little girl was certain of her way; that the cottage was “down the dell, the path is straight, I know it well”. The Baker’s Wife was quoted as saying “She had quite a load of food in her basket; breads, sticky buns and pies. I just hope no wolves come her way”.

If you wish to help with the search, come see “Into the Woods” April 10, 11, 17 & 18 at 7PM or April 12 at 2PM at the Flickinger Center. Tickets are ten dollars and can be purchased at Alamo Optical, Books Revisited and the Flickinger Center.

and then there was the Baker and his Wife…

IMG_0029There are a great deal of cockeyed characters in James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim’s fractured fairy tale “Into the Woods”. Tying all these characters together are the Baker and his Wife (played by Heather Julian-Bash and Michael Kennedy Carrillo). When the couple learn they’ve been cursed with childlessness by the Witch next door, they embark on a quest for the special objects required to break the spell. Along their journey they encounter Cinderella, Little Red Ridinghood, Rapunzel and Jack (of beanstalk fame).

To learn more about what happens on their journey, come see the production April 10,11,12,17 & 18 at the Flickinger Center. Tickets are available at Alamo Optical, Books Revisited, The Flickinger Center or from many of the cast members. We will see you there!