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Carrie Musical

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Carrie ist ein Musical mit einem Buch von Lawrence D. Cohen, Texten von Dean Pitchford und Musik von Michael Gore. CARRIE Musical Hamburg ➜ Das Kultmusical in Hamburg ➜ Wegen des großen Erfolg verlängert ➜ August im First Stage Theater ➜ Hier Ticket sichern! entstand eine Musicaladaption unter dem Titel Carrie: The Musical mit einem Libretto von Lawrence D. Cohen, Liedtexten von. Stephen King im First Stage Carrie – das Musical. Artikel vorlesen. Leichte Sprache. Gebärdensprache. Ich wünsche eine Übersetzung in: Leichte Sprache​. Carrie ist ein Musical, in einem Akt, aus der Feder von Michael Gore (Musik), Lawrence D. Cohen (Buch) und Dean Pitchford (Buch). Die Originalsprache ist. Carrie – Das Musical - „Carrie“ ist das erste veröffentlichte Buch des Bestsellerautors Steven King. Doch während das Werk seinen Ruf als „King of Horror“. Beängstigend gut: Das Grusical „Carrie“ nach dem Roman von Stephen King wird im First Stage Theater in Hamburg zum Fanal gegen.

Carrie Musical

Carrie.»Carrie«am Off-Broadway in New York (). Foto: Joan Marcus.»​Carrie«von Michael Gore (Musik), Dean Pitchford (Liedtexte) und Lawrence D. Stephen King im First Stage Carrie – das Musical. Artikel vorlesen. Leichte Sprache. Gebärdensprache. Ich wünsche eine Übersetzung in: Leichte Sprache​. CARRIE Musical Hamburg ➜ Das Kultmusical in Hamburg ➜ Wegen des großen Erfolg verlängert ➜ August im First Stage Theater ➜ Hier Ticket sichern! Carrie Musical

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Bereits im Alter von drei Jahren lässt sie mit ihren telekinetischen Kräften einen Steinregen über dem Haus niedergehen, in dem sie mit ihrer Mutter lebt, als diese ihr in religiösem Wahn die Augen herausschneiden will. In der Folge treten einige Fälle von Telekinese als Reaktion auf Beleidigungen, Demütigungen oder Ignoranz ihrer Mitmenschen auf, und Carrie wird sich der Tatsache bewusst, dass diese mysteriösen Ereignisse von ihr verursacht worden sind.

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Das Verhängnis nimmt seinen Lauf. Sängerisch und tänzerisch lässt das Niveau hier ohnehin selten zu Englische Comedy Serie übrig. Dem hat die Jährige nichts entgegenzusetzen und flüchtet sich in Rachefantasien — Schlangenhaut sie Hakuna Matata Tages feststellt, dass ihre Fantasien wahr werden…. Erleben Sie Musical in einer neuen Hester Winkel und lassen sie sich fesseln von einer emotionalen Geschichte und Showeffekten der Extraklasse. Carrie das Musical. Mai, nach nur 16 Previews und 5 Vorstellungen, schloss die Produktion, nachdem Andrea Brooks trotz guter Verkaufszahlen ihre Gelder zurückzogen. Die schwer verletzte Carrie bringt durch ihre telekinetischen Kräfte das Herz ihrer Mutter zum Stillstand. Lawrence D.

Program, "A Musical of Carrie? The Royal Shakespeare Company. University of Michigan Press, , p. ISBN Playbill, Arxivat de l' original el Vistes Mostra Modifica Mostra l'historial.

Portada Article a l'atzar Articles de qualitat. Michael Gore. Dean Pitchford. Lawrence D. Stephens en. Un dels principals antagonistes de l'espectacle.

Chris odia Carrie i l'assetjan en cada oportunitat. Sorgeix amb la idea d'abocar una galleda de sang de porc damunt Carrie al ball. Encara que no estigui a l'escola, planeja portar Chris a la festa fins que a Chris se li prohibeix d'assistir-hi.

Mata un porc per a Chris i recull la sang per fer broma amb Carrie. Mor per la ira de Carrie. Annie Golden. Linzi Hateley. Evelyn Hoskins.

Maureen McGovern. Betty Buckley. Marin Mazzie. Alice Ripley. Kim Criswell. Laura Dean. Sally Ann Triplett.

Jennifer Damiano. Christy Altomare. Elisabet Molet. Todd Graff. Matt Doyle. Derek Klena. Mikel Herzog. Additional cast was announced on November 21, Arima was also present as well.

Throughout the evening, Mazzie, Ranson and other cast members, performed song selections from the show. The revival began previews on January 31, , and officially opened on March 1, , and closed a month later on April 8 after a limited engagement with 34 previews and 46 performances.

The MCC directors said: "MCC, the authors, and the director achieved what we all set out to do — to rescue Carrie from oblivion and to give her new life.

Plans are under way to preserve this production for Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, so it may live on in the memories of the thousands of theatergoers who saw and loved it.

On April 9, , Ghostlight Records announced that they would record the first-ever cast album of the show. The recording was released September 25, [15] and reached number on Billboard 's Current Albums chart for the week for October 13, , [16] when it also topped the magazine's Cast Albums chart.

The production opened to mostly positive reviews, [18] mostly congratulating Hoskins on her performance as Carrie and Criswell as her terrifying mother.

She is the first African-American actress to play the part in a mainstream production. The immersive production, featuring a further revised book and score [20] and renamed Carrie the Killer Musical Experience [21] received largely positive reviews, especially for its cast and unique staging concept.

Batman and Bruce Robert Harris announced in an interview with Playbill that future productions of the staging were planned for additional cities nationwide and internationally.

On June 22, , it was announced that this immersive production of Carrie would return to Los Angeles in October for a limited six-week engagement.

Playbill confirmed that the majority of the La Mirada cast would be returning, including all leading and supporting actors. However, it eventually grew in popularity.

Following the original production, there were three unauthorized productions at Stagedoor Manor, Emerson College and at Gammel Hellerup Gymnasium in Copenhagen, Denmark in Although there is no official cast recording of the original production, several bootleg audio tapes were surreptitiously made during live performances in both Stratford and New York, along with video footage shot from the audience, in addition to the professionally made review tape sent to various journalists to promote the show.

These recordings began to circulate soon after the show closed, and it was rumored in the early s that there were plans to record an official cast album, though it never happened.

However, a cast album of the Off-Broadway revival was released on September 25, Early in the 21st century, playwright Erik Jackson attempted to secure the rights to stage another production of the musical, but his request was denied.

Jackson eventually earned the consent of Stephen King [31] to mount a new, officially sanctioned, non-musical production of Carrie , which debuted Off-Broadway in with female impersonator Sherry Vine in the lead role.

Similarly, other unofficial spoofs have been staged over the years, most notably Scarrie! Opening in a high school gym, the gym teacher, Miss Gardner, is leading her girls' gym class in a strenuous workout "In".

After class, the girls head to the locker room and have fun teasing a less attractive, plump girl named Carrie White.

The girls start to shower while talking about boys and their plans for the upcoming prom "Dream On". Carrie has her first period in the shower and, not understanding what is happening, thinks she is bleeding to death.

The other girls taunt her mercilessly until Miss Gardner hears the commotion, sends the girls away, and explains menstruation to Carrie.

On the way out of the gym, Sue and Chris talk about what just happened in the locker room. Sue is already feeling remorseful for her part in the incident, but Chris calls Carrie "Scary White.

Carrie joins her mother in prayer for a few minutes and then explains what happened in the locker room. Margaret tells Carrie that the blood is a sign of her sin "And Eve Was Weak" and forces her into the cellar to pray for forgiveness.

That night, many of the high school students are at the drive-in theater , including Sue and her boyfriend Tommy and Chris and her boyfriend Billy.

Sue tells Tommy that she is still upset about what she and the other girls did to Carrie in the locker room, while Chris complains about Carrie to Billy "Don't Waste the Moon".

While the other teenagers are at the drive-in, Carrie and Margaret are home praying "Evening Prayers".

Margaret prays for the strength to help her daughter while Carrie, depressed, questions God's love for her. Margaret apologizes for hurting Carrie and assures her that she loves her unconditionally.

At school the following day, Miss Gardner tells the girls they must all apologize to Carrie. Sue and the other girls comply, but Chris refuses.

Upset, Miss Gardner tells Chris that she will not be allowed to go to the prom, and Chris vows revenge. Still upset over the way Carrie has been treated, Sue asks Tommy to take Carrie to the prom instead of her "Do Me a Favor" , and he reluctantly agrees.

At the same time, Chris asks Billy to help her get revenge on Carrie. Tommy surprises Carrie by knocking on her door and asking her to go to prom.

Though at first confused and uneasy, Carrie eventually agrees to go with him. When she tells her mother the news "Invited" , Margaret forbids her to go, insisting that all boys just want to take advantage of girls, including her own father "I Remember How Those Boys Could Dance" , and the prom would be an occasion of sin.

Carrie reveals her supernatural powers, telling her mother that she is determined to attend the prom and will not be stopped.

The act opens at a pig farm while a storm rages, where Chris, Billy, and several of his friends are on a mission "Out for Blood".

For their planned revenge on Carrie, they kill a pig and collect its blood. Back at the high school, Sue is confronted by girls who are upset that Carrie is going to the prom.

Sue believes she is doing the right thing but realizes that doing the right thing is not always easy "It Hurts to be Strong". Getting ready for the prom, Carrie dreams about her date and, in a positive display of her special powers, she sends her dress, shoes, and hairbrush dancing through the air "I'm Not Alone".

Margaret tries one more time to convince Carrie not to go to the prom "Carrie Reprise " , but Carrie doesn't listen. She leaves for the prom with Tommy.

Tommy and Carrie arrive at the prom "Wotta Night" and everyone is surprised at how beautiful Carrie is. Miss Gardner is there as a chaperone and talks to Carrie about how it feels to be in love "Unsuspecting Hearts Reprise ".

Carrie is nervous about dancing with Tommy, but he finally convinces her to go out on the dance floor with him "Heaven".

Tommy and Carrie are declared king and queen of the prom, and they are crowned as the students sing the "Alma Mater".

Suddenly, Billy and Chris appear and dump a bucket of pig blood on Carrie. Humiliated and incensed, Carrie realizes her full powers.

She closes off the gym exit and kills everyone present "The Destruction". After Carrie leaves the prom, she is met by her mother, who somehow followed her into the school.

Margaret comforts her daughter "Carrie 2nd Reprise " and then stabs her fatally, thinking it will save Carrie's soul. Carrie retaliates, killing Margaret with her powers, and she apologizes as her mother dies.

Sue, the sole survivor who escaped this massacre, finds Carrie and comforts her as she dies. Sue Snell , haunted witness and tour guide to our story, struggles to recount the incidents leading up to the tragic night of May As she's questioned about the past, figures from her life in high school appear.

Whatever their differences — be they good girl Sue, her varsity-athlete boyfriend Tommy Ross, her spoiled-rotten best friend Chris Hargensen, Chris' trouble-maker boyfriend Billy Nolan, or perennial misfit Carrie White — they are all wrestling with the same insecurities and united in their desire to belong "In".

After gym class, Carrie experiences her first period in the shower. Her terrified screams for help and seeming ignorance about what's happening to her amuse and inflame the girls.

With Chris as ringleader, Sue and the others encircle Carrie, gleefully chanting names and savagely taunting her. As gym teacher Miss Gardner races in at the height of Carrie's hysteria, an overhead light bulb inexplicably explodes.

When the girls are reprimanded, they dismissively rationalize, "It's just Carrie," the butt of their jokes since childhood. Stephens send Carrie home for the rest of the day.

But even as she leaves, her classmates' hurtful insults and name-calling ricochet in Carrie's mind until she cracks in fury "Carrie".

Tommy and his pals discuss the upcoming senior prom as Billy roars in on his skateboard, clowning around. Carrie passes by and he jeeringly ridicules her.

But when she turns a furious glance in his direction, he goes sprawling. Angry and embarrassed, Billy tries to blame his seeming clumsiness on Carrie, but the other guys just laugh.

At the White bungalow, Carrie's mother Margaret works at her sewing machine and sings along to her favorite evangelical radio program "Open Your Heart".

When the still-troubled Carrie arrives home, she reluctantly joins in the hymn. Carrie summons the courage to tell her mother about the day's traumatic event.

The realization that her child is now a woman throws Margaret into a God-fearing panic. With her parents out of town, Chris throws a party at which she recounts to the kids the details of that day's incident with Carrie in the locker room.

When Sue — confused and upset about her role in the hazing — protests that it wasn't funny, Chris perversely instructs her in the natural order of things "The World According to Chris".

Upset by Chris' toxic message, Sue turns her back on her best friend and leaves with Tommy. Back at the White household, Carrie is still locked in her prayer closet surrounded by religious icons.

Margaret, meanwhile, pleads for her own divine guidance. As Carrie puzzles over this new sensation she's been feeling, she grows more agitated.

Suddenly, a little figurine of Jesus levitates, leaving Carrie to wonder if this strange power might possibly be coming from within her.

Margaret releases her from the closet and tearfully apologizes for her actions, prompting Carrie to beg for forgiveness as well. The two find solace in each other's goodnight embrace "Evening Prayers".

In English class, Mr. Stephens praises a poem Tommy has written, and has him recite his work "Dreamer in Disguise". When the teacher asks the unruly students for reactions, Carrie volunteers.

Her heartfelt emotion only provokes the other kids' mockery. After class, Sue acts on Tommy's advice and tries to apologize to Carrie but, thinking it's some kind of trick, Carrie explodes at her and storms off.

Shaken and shocked into awareness, Sue muses on their encounter "Once You See". Miss Gardner rebukes the girls for their reckless mistreatment of Carrie and demands that they apologize to her — or else they will be sent to detention for one week.

They all do, except for Chris, who instead hurls a vicious invective at Carrie, causing Miss Gardner to change Chris's charge from detention to suspension, thus kicking her out of the prom.

Frantic, Chris tries to rally the girls to join her in defying their teacher until Sue shouts at Chris to shut up and that everything does not revolve around her.

Battle lines are drawn as the best friends are now enemies. When Miss Gardner apologizes to the sobbing Carrie for what just happened, Carrie surprises her by insisting that she's got to let Chris go to Prom.

Carrie points out that for girls like Chris, Prom is like a dream. When pressed, Carrie admits that she herself is not going. Moved by Carrie's lack of self-esteem and her need for support, Miss Gardner assures her that things can change "Unsuspecting Hearts".

Determined to do right by Carrie, Sue asks Tommy for help with a plan she's devised. Similarly, Chris, blaming Carrie for her humiliation, interrupts a make-out session with Billy to get his help in her plot for revenge "Do Me A Favor".

Alone in the library, Carrie reads about telekinesis from a book. Concentrating intensely, she succeeds in moving chairs across the room without touching them, startling herself with this newfound power.

In retrospect, the exploding light bulb in the shower and Billy's tumble from his skateboard start to make sense.

Nervous but honoring Sue's request, Tommy arrives at Carrie's front door and asks her to Prom. Wary, she repeatedly refuses, until Margaret calls her in for dinner.

Worried that her mother will find her with Tommy, Carrie hurriedly accepts the offer to be his date. As he leaves, she calls out a joyous "thank you" as it begins to rain.

When she orders Carrie to tell Tommy that she can't go, they battle and, as rain starts to blow in, Margaret walks away to close the windows.

Horrified by this display of power that she's certain is the work of the devil, Margaret cowers in fear as Carrie calmly finishes her dessert.

Preparations for Prom and the news that Tommy's taking Carrie preoccupy everyone at school, including Chris and Billy, who sneak into the gymnasium with a bucket of pig's blood and set their own nasty prank in place "A Night We'll Never Forget".

Miss Gardner, suspicious of Sue's motives in having Tommy invite Carrie, warns them both that if they hurt Carrie in any way, they'll have to answer to her.

Sue worries that Tommy is mad at her too, but insists he's merely disappointed, wanting to take his girlfriend to Prom.

To make up for the event they're going to miss, he takes her into the half-decorated gym to share a private romantic moment "You Shine".

It's finally Prom Night. The kids are electric with nervous excitement, and Carrie, no less anxious, resolves to make the most of the evening "Why Not Me?

Just then, Tommy arrives, and Carrie, looking ravishing in the gown she's made herself, departs with him. Alone, Margaret struggles with fundamentalist scriptures.

Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live. At the gym, the psyched kids show off their Prom finery and pose for yearbook photos.

Tommy enters with Carrie, and the crowd's reaction to her stunning transformation turns from initially hostile to unexpectedly welcoming "Prom Arrival".

Miss Gardner, surprised and delighted by Carrie's new self-assurance, shares her own recollection of Prom, and teacher and student trade notes on this timeless high school ritual "Unsuspecting Hearts — Reprise".

After much coaxing, Tommy leads a hesitant Carrie onto the dance floor where they're observed — first by Sue, who's felt compelled to sneak in and see how her plan has worked out, and then by Chris' partner-in-crime, Norma "Dreamer in Disguise — Reprise".

Chris and Billy, hidden high in the rafters above, prepare to unleash their prank, as Sue comes upon Norma switching real Prom ballots for fake ones, arousing her suspicions "Prom Climax".

Votes tabulated, Mr. While the assembled salute them with the school song "Alma Mater" , Sue spots the bucket dangling above the coronation area, confirming her worst suspicions.

Frantic, she tries to warn Miss Gardner, but the teacher, who's been wary of Sue's motives in forgoing her Prom in favor of Carrie, pushes her out of the gym.

Chris cues Billy, who yanks the bucket and drenches Carrie in blood. As the Prom-goers' stunned silence turns to derisive laughter, her unimaginable humiliation turns to fury — and then madness.

Lashing out with her power, she exacts a terrible revenge on friend and foe alike "The Destruction". Powerless, Sue watches her classmates all perish.

She alone survives.

Es va realitzar una lectura el 20 de novembre de a la ciutat de Nova York. La partitura i el llibre van ser revisats pels compositors originals Michael Gore i Dean Pitchford, i l'escriptor Lawrence D.

El director era Stafford Arima amb els creadors originals que treballen en les revisions de l'espectacle. Del 25 de maig al 7 de juny es va realitzar un laboratori de desenvolupament a l'MCC, dirigit per Arima i coreografiat per Matt Williams.

Es va anunciar un repartiment addicional el 21 de novembre de Batman i Bruce Robert Harris van anunciar en una entrevista amb Playbill que planificaven futures produccions de l'espectacle a nivell nacional i internacional.

Playbill va confirmar que la majoria del repartiment de La Mirada tornaria, incloent tots els actors protagonistes i secundaris.

Amb Chris al capdavant, Sue i les altres envolten Carrie, amb corejant-li malnoms i provocar-la salvajemente. Stephens, envien Carrie a casa la resta del dia.

Carrie passa i ell la ridiculitza. Amb els pares fora de la ciutat, Chris organitza una festa en la qual explica als nois els detalls de l'incident d'aquest dia amb Carrie al vestidor.

Frenetica, Chris intenta reunir-se amb les noies per unir-se amb ella per desafiar la professora fins que Sue la desafia. Decidit de ser just amb Carrie, Sue demana a Tommy que l'ajudi amb un pla que ha concebut.

Sola a la biblioteca, Carrie llegeix un llibre sobre telecinesi. Espantada, es nega repetidament, fins que Margaret la crida per sopar.

Alhorat, Tommy arriba, i Carrie, mirant el vestit que ella mateixa s'ha fet, surt amb ell. Sola, Margaret es lamenta amb escriptures fonamentalistes.

Chris fa una ullada a Billy, que deixa caure la galleda i deixa Carrie xopa de sang. Impotent, Sue veu com tots els companys de classe moren.

Ferida i intentant defensar-se d'un nou assalt, Carrie utilitza els seus poders per aturar el cor de la seva mare. Sue s'enfonsa en aquesta horrible escena i, escoltant els crits angoixats de Carrie, s'arrossega al seu costat per consolar-la.

Barcelona Cultura. Institut de Cultura, Program, "A Musical of Carrie? The Royal Shakespeare Company. University of Michigan Press, , p.

ISBN Playbill, Arxivat de l' original el Vistes Mostra Modifica Mostra l'historial. Portada Article a l'atzar Articles de qualitat.

Michael Gore. Dean Pitchford. Lawrence D. Stephens en. She closes off the gym exit and kills everyone present "The Destruction". After Carrie leaves the prom, she is met by her mother, who somehow followed her into the school.

Margaret comforts her daughter "Carrie 2nd Reprise " and then stabs her fatally, thinking it will save Carrie's soul.

Carrie retaliates, killing Margaret with her powers, and she apologizes as her mother dies. Sue, the sole survivor who escaped this massacre, finds Carrie and comforts her as she dies.

Sue Snell , haunted witness and tour guide to our story, struggles to recount the incidents leading up to the tragic night of May As she's questioned about the past, figures from her life in high school appear.

Whatever their differences — be they good girl Sue, her varsity-athlete boyfriend Tommy Ross, her spoiled-rotten best friend Chris Hargensen, Chris' trouble-maker boyfriend Billy Nolan, or perennial misfit Carrie White — they are all wrestling with the same insecurities and united in their desire to belong "In".

After gym class, Carrie experiences her first period in the shower. Her terrified screams for help and seeming ignorance about what's happening to her amuse and inflame the girls.

With Chris as ringleader, Sue and the others encircle Carrie, gleefully chanting names and savagely taunting her.

As gym teacher Miss Gardner races in at the height of Carrie's hysteria, an overhead light bulb inexplicably explodes.

When the girls are reprimanded, they dismissively rationalize, "It's just Carrie," the butt of their jokes since childhood. Stephens send Carrie home for the rest of the day.

But even as she leaves, her classmates' hurtful insults and name-calling ricochet in Carrie's mind until she cracks in fury "Carrie".

Tommy and his pals discuss the upcoming senior prom as Billy roars in on his skateboard, clowning around. Carrie passes by and he jeeringly ridicules her.

But when she turns a furious glance in his direction, he goes sprawling. Angry and embarrassed, Billy tries to blame his seeming clumsiness on Carrie, but the other guys just laugh.

At the White bungalow, Carrie's mother Margaret works at her sewing machine and sings along to her favorite evangelical radio program "Open Your Heart".

When the still-troubled Carrie arrives home, she reluctantly joins in the hymn. Carrie summons the courage to tell her mother about the day's traumatic event.

The realization that her child is now a woman throws Margaret into a God-fearing panic. With her parents out of town, Chris throws a party at which she recounts to the kids the details of that day's incident with Carrie in the locker room.

When Sue — confused and upset about her role in the hazing — protests that it wasn't funny, Chris perversely instructs her in the natural order of things "The World According to Chris".

Upset by Chris' toxic message, Sue turns her back on her best friend and leaves with Tommy. Back at the White household, Carrie is still locked in her prayer closet surrounded by religious icons.

Margaret, meanwhile, pleads for her own divine guidance. As Carrie puzzles over this new sensation she's been feeling, she grows more agitated.

Suddenly, a little figurine of Jesus levitates, leaving Carrie to wonder if this strange power might possibly be coming from within her.

Margaret releases her from the closet and tearfully apologizes for her actions, prompting Carrie to beg for forgiveness as well.

The two find solace in each other's goodnight embrace "Evening Prayers". In English class, Mr. Stephens praises a poem Tommy has written, and has him recite his work "Dreamer in Disguise".

When the teacher asks the unruly students for reactions, Carrie volunteers. Her heartfelt emotion only provokes the other kids' mockery.

After class, Sue acts on Tommy's advice and tries to apologize to Carrie but, thinking it's some kind of trick, Carrie explodes at her and storms off.

Shaken and shocked into awareness, Sue muses on their encounter "Once You See". Miss Gardner rebukes the girls for their reckless mistreatment of Carrie and demands that they apologize to her — or else they will be sent to detention for one week.

They all do, except for Chris, who instead hurls a vicious invective at Carrie, causing Miss Gardner to change Chris's charge from detention to suspension, thus kicking her out of the prom.

Frantic, Chris tries to rally the girls to join her in defying their teacher until Sue shouts at Chris to shut up and that everything does not revolve around her.

Battle lines are drawn as the best friends are now enemies. When Miss Gardner apologizes to the sobbing Carrie for what just happened, Carrie surprises her by insisting that she's got to let Chris go to Prom.

Carrie points out that for girls like Chris, Prom is like a dream. When pressed, Carrie admits that she herself is not going.

Moved by Carrie's lack of self-esteem and her need for support, Miss Gardner assures her that things can change "Unsuspecting Hearts".

Determined to do right by Carrie, Sue asks Tommy for help with a plan she's devised. Similarly, Chris, blaming Carrie for her humiliation, interrupts a make-out session with Billy to get his help in her plot for revenge "Do Me A Favor".

Alone in the library, Carrie reads about telekinesis from a book. Concentrating intensely, she succeeds in moving chairs across the room without touching them, startling herself with this newfound power.

In retrospect, the exploding light bulb in the shower and Billy's tumble from his skateboard start to make sense.

Nervous but honoring Sue's request, Tommy arrives at Carrie's front door and asks her to Prom. Wary, she repeatedly refuses, until Margaret calls her in for dinner.

Worried that her mother will find her with Tommy, Carrie hurriedly accepts the offer to be his date. As he leaves, she calls out a joyous "thank you" as it begins to rain.

When she orders Carrie to tell Tommy that she can't go, they battle and, as rain starts to blow in, Margaret walks away to close the windows.

Horrified by this display of power that she's certain is the work of the devil, Margaret cowers in fear as Carrie calmly finishes her dessert.

Preparations for Prom and the news that Tommy's taking Carrie preoccupy everyone at school, including Chris and Billy, who sneak into the gymnasium with a bucket of pig's blood and set their own nasty prank in place "A Night We'll Never Forget".

Miss Gardner, suspicious of Sue's motives in having Tommy invite Carrie, warns them both that if they hurt Carrie in any way, they'll have to answer to her.

Sue worries that Tommy is mad at her too, but insists he's merely disappointed, wanting to take his girlfriend to Prom.

To make up for the event they're going to miss, he takes her into the half-decorated gym to share a private romantic moment "You Shine".

It's finally Prom Night. The kids are electric with nervous excitement, and Carrie, no less anxious, resolves to make the most of the evening "Why Not Me?

Just then, Tommy arrives, and Carrie, looking ravishing in the gown she's made herself, departs with him.

Alone, Margaret struggles with fundamentalist scriptures. Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live. At the gym, the psyched kids show off their Prom finery and pose for yearbook photos.

Tommy enters with Carrie, and the crowd's reaction to her stunning transformation turns from initially hostile to unexpectedly welcoming "Prom Arrival".

Miss Gardner, surprised and delighted by Carrie's new self-assurance, shares her own recollection of Prom, and teacher and student trade notes on this timeless high school ritual "Unsuspecting Hearts — Reprise".

After much coaxing, Tommy leads a hesitant Carrie onto the dance floor where they're observed — first by Sue, who's felt compelled to sneak in and see how her plan has worked out, and then by Chris' partner-in-crime, Norma "Dreamer in Disguise — Reprise".

Chris and Billy, hidden high in the rafters above, prepare to unleash their prank, as Sue comes upon Norma switching real Prom ballots for fake ones, arousing her suspicions "Prom Climax".

Votes tabulated, Mr. While the assembled salute them with the school song "Alma Mater" , Sue spots the bucket dangling above the coronation area, confirming her worst suspicions.

Frantic, she tries to warn Miss Gardner, but the teacher, who's been wary of Sue's motives in forgoing her Prom in favor of Carrie, pushes her out of the gym.

Chris cues Billy, who yanks the bucket and drenches Carrie in blood. As the Prom-goers' stunned silence turns to derisive laughter, her unimaginable humiliation turns to fury — and then madness.

Lashing out with her power, she exacts a terrible revenge on friend and foe alike "The Destruction". Powerless, Sue watches her classmates all perish.

She alone survives. As emergency whistles sound and sirens wail, Sue follows the path of destruction that leads through the street to Carrie's house.

Carrie arrives home in her bloody prom dress and finds momentary solace in her mother's arms "Carrie — Reprise".

Just as she's lulled into a sense of safety, Margaret — fulfilling what she believes to be her biblical duty — plunges a knife into her daughter.

Wounded and trying to defend herself from further assault, Carrie uses her powers to stop her mother's heart. Sue stumbles into this horrific scene and, hearing Carrie's anguished cries, rushes to her side to comfort her.

But she's too late. As Carrie dies in her arms, the figures from Sue's memory provide a final, haunting testimony of redemption "Epilogue".

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Carrie by Stephen King. The main character, Carrie is a shy outcast who is often bullied by her classmates. While showering at school, Carrie has her first period, for which the other girls in her class tease her.

This event sparks the emergence of Carrie's telekinetic powers, which she ultimately uses for revenge after being cruelly pranked at the prom.

After suffering a breakdown after being doused in pig's blood, Carrie kills her entire class and teachers due to setting the school on fire, only to come home to be fatally stabbed by her mother.

Carrie then uses her powers to kill her mother, dying shortly afterwards of her stab wound comforted by Sue. One of the main antagonists of the show.

Carrie's overprotective and abusive mother, Margaret is a religious zealot. Although she loves Carrie and wants to protect her from the world, especially from the school, her fanaticism often drives her to homeschool or abuse her daughter.

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