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Carroll Theater Brings “Young Frankenstein” to Life

Oct 01, 2015 09:41AM ● Published by Audrey Sellers

Get ready for an electrifyingly fun time – from October 29 through November 1, more than 100 Carroll High School and Carroll Middle School theater, choir, orchestra, tech and crew members are bringing “Young Frankenstein” to the stage for an exciting, family-friendly event.

With a rich history of sell-out performances, Betty Lynn Buckley Awards and Dallas Summer Musicals nominations and awards, Dragon Drama is no ordinary group of high school performers. Carroll Theater goers have come to expect excellence and “Young Frankenstein” will not disappoint.

The Young Frankenstein “experience” includes:

A “Classic Horror Movie” Haunted House where Carroll Middle School Theater 3 students take participants through a thrilling journey of horror favorites.

Friday, October 30 is Senior Night recognizing graduating senior cast and crew.

On Saturday, October 31, it’s Trunk-or-Treat in the Fine Arts parking lot. Visitors will enjoy a safe, family-oriented opportunity to participate in traditional Halloween festivities complete with a Halloween costume contest.

“Young Frankenstein” marks the Carroll directorial debut of Ms. Jamie Pringle who joins Director Roald Martinsen in his 11th year with Carroll Theater.

Get your tickets for “Young Frankenstein” and the Classic Horror Movie Haunted House at





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