From the first seemingly innocent interactions to the full on horror when Carol Anne is spirited away into another world, out of her parent’s reach. The movie grows for me as time goes on, first I saw it as a daughter, finding terror at the idea of being taken from my mom, but now, I have watched this as a mother, and nothing is more terrifying than the thought of my child where I can’t reach her.
When Sarah first talked to me about a musical parody for this great movie, I wasn’t sure it could be done. Where can my off-set sense of humor of mine fit in and make it work? As I went through and read the movie script and re-watched, I saw many possibilities. It’s become fun taking a movie that once gave me nightmares and turning it into something that will make people laugh and enjoy…with still those great moments of fear still placed in.
This is my first time writing for others to see. I hope it will be very entertaining for everyone involved, those watching, and those participating.
Join us October 23-26 at the Dog Story Theater for our annual Halloween Horror Musical Parody!