CORBIN -- Although Halloween has passed, prepare to carry on with the spooky fun as the Corbin Redhound Jr. Theatre presents "Violet Frankenstein Makes a Friend" Thursday through Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Corbin Middle School gym.
This play is an original written specifically for the Redhound Jr. Theatre by Zac Pensol.
The heroine, Violet Frankenstein, is a middle school student who feels lonely as she finds herself struggling to make friends. When Violet realizes how incredibly gifted she is at science, a resolution to her problem starts to form in her head: why doesn't she just literally make a friend?
The story is perfect for all audiences because its plot is simultaneously light-hearted and meaningful.
"There's honestly a good lesson for everyone in the audience," said Director Brandise Grimes.
Grimes said Violet's experiment will teach people of all ages what it takes to make true friends and about the value of being a good friend.
This performance is not one to miss. Cost of admission will be $5 for adults and $3 for students. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door. The money raised through these sales will go directly back to the Junior Redhound Theatre Program to fund future performances.