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Carrie Stage Play Closes Two Weeks Ahead of Schedule

After reading some less than stellar reviews for the Off Broadway Carrie stage play reboot, we weren't exactly expecting it to move on and light up Broadway, but the news of its demise two weeks ahead of schedule did come as a bit of a surprise.

A Few Stills from Carrie the Musical

It isn't often, but when opportunities like this come along, we wish we lived closer to New York City. Carrie has returned to the stage in a newly revised Off-Broadway production that began January 31, and to help make up for the fact that many of us won't be able to see it, we have a trio of stills to share.

Artwork, Details, and Pig's Blood Dropped for Carrie the Musical

We've been talking about Carrie the Musical for quite some time here on Dread Central, and with its premiere date of January 31st creeping up on us, the MCC Theater has dropped some eye candy and more!

Casting Now Complete for MCC Theater's Off-Broadway Production of Carrie

With performances beginning on January 31, 2012, it was inevitable that word would start trickling out regarding the final casting lineup for Carrie, the newly reworked and re-imagined production of the short-lived 1988 Broadway musical being performed at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. Today we bring you the full cast and crew for director Stafford Arima's Carrie, which opens officially on March 1st.

Carrie: The Musical Previews in August

They're all gonna sing with you! They're all gonna sing with you! They're all gonna sing with you! And they will too if they know what's good for them. That's right, kids! Carrie: The Musical is returning to the New York stage and we've got all the info for you!

Carrie the Musical Returning to the New York Stage

And here we go again. Carrie the Musical is returning to the New York stage, this time Off Broadway at the MCC Theater with preview performances set to begin on January 31, 2012. Director Stafford Arima has overhauled the 1988 version with its original creators, with the book (then and now) by Lawrence D. Cohen, music by Michael Gore, and lyrics by Dean Pitchford.