Her widowed mother, Margareta fanatical Christian fundamentalisthas a vindictive and unstable personality, and over the years has ruled Carrie harshly with repeated threats of damnation, as well as occasional physical abuse. Carrie does not fare much better at her school where her frumpy looks and lack of friends make her a target for ridicule. At the beginning of the novel, Carrie has her first period while showering after a physical education class; the terrified Carrie has no understanding of menstruation as her mother never told her about it.
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 is hurt by their name-calling and teasing, but dreams of being vindicated and gaining respect from her peers "Carrie". 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 theaterincluding Sue and her boyfriend Tommy and Chris and her boyfriend Billy. While the other teenagers are at the drive-in, Carrie and Margaret are home praying "Evening Prayers".
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.
Act II 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". 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". Carrie leaves the prom and is met by her mother.
Carrie retaliates, killing Margaret with her powers, and she apologizes as her mother dies. Sue, the only student who was not at the prom, discovers Carrie and comforts her as she dies. After gym class, Carrie experiences her first period in the shower.Carrie: The Musical is a musical with a book by Lawrence D.
Cohen, lyrics by Dean Pitchford, and music by Michael rutadeltambor.comd from Stephen King's novel Carrie, it focuses on an awkward teenage girl with telekinetic powers whose lonely life is dominated by an oppressive religious fanatic mother.
When she is humiliated by her classmates at the high school prom, she unleashes chaos on everyone. Posted By: Warren Piece - August 1st, pm EDT Carrie was Stephen King's first published novel and introduced many concepts that would reappear in many of his later works: bullied outcasts, telepathy, abusive parents and religious psychos.
The combination makes for a really suspenseful story.
But to this day, Carrie—his adaptation of Stephen King’s first novel—remains one of his most impressive achievements. And not just because it still manages to scare the bejesus out of. Nov 21, · This is another book I would never have bought if it wasn’t on my reading list. Despite Stephen King being a household name, the fact that his genre is .
Jul 27, · Author Stephen King employs (fictional) newspaper reports, court transcripts, and personal memoirs to lend a sense of realism to the outlandish proceedings, and that strategy, in addition to the author's ability to create credible, sympathetic characters, works splendidly.4/4.
Carrie is a true, American horror classic by the master of horror himself, Stephen King. Carrie, published in by Double-day publication, though it was King¿s sixth /5.