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The Addams Family

February - May 2024

Lindsay is having a miserable time playing Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family musical at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre in Lancaster, PA! The production will be transferring to the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre in Fort Myers, FL in April. "Lindsay Hoffpauir is excellent as daughter, Wednesday Addams. Hoffpauir does a great job of balancing between the morbid and the mundane. Her character lives in two worlds, and she is very effective in trying to bridge the gap. Her solo song “Pulled” does a great job of highlighting this challenge, and she sings it brilliantly.  It was my favorite in the show" says Rich Mehrenberg of BroadwayWorld Central PennsylvaniaFor tickets, check out and

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Recent Events

National Tour Debut!

October - December 2023

Lindsay will be making her national tour debut in Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! directed and choreographed by Bob Richard, and music direction by Peter Leigh Nilson and Chris Babbage. Lindsay will be spending this holiday season touring the West Coast as Bugsy Who/Ensemble. For tickets and details, head to 

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Behind the Table

December 2022 - January 2023

Lindsay spent her winter working as the Assistant Director to Cooper McConnell Shaw for The Heaven's Are Ringing at The Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.

Summer Stock

June - August 2022

Lindsay spent her summer in Rehoboth Beach, DE to take part in Clear Space's Summer Season. She could be seen as Frenchy in Grease and in the ensembles of both 9 to 5 and Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.

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Senior Showcase

March 2022

Lindsay performed for agents and alumni at the Green Room 42 in NYC on Thursday, March 3rd at 3PM and 6PM. She was so excited to take on the city with her classmates!

Crazy For You

February 2022

For her final college production, Lindsay played Patsy and served as Dance Captain for Coastal Carolina University's production of Crazy For You, directed by Adam Pelty.


Past Events

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