The musical, based, like 1976 movie, on Stephen King's novel, premiered on Broadway in 1988 and famously closed after only a few performances when it received bad reviews.
Naturally, the scene gave Hiram the ideal opportunity to intimidate his daughter's love interest Archie Andrews, although our concern for Riverdale's resident red-headed hunk was slightly overshadowed by how turned on we were.
In the April 18 episode of Riverdale's sophomore season, titled "A Night to Remember", the high school drama department will mount a production of Carrie: The Musical, described as "a dark-yet-catchy cautionary tale exploring the gritty realities of small-town high school life". The show's resident bad girl Cheryl Blossom (played by Madelaine Petsch) will play Carrie White in the episode.
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Yep, your friendly Bulldogs are staging a one-hour, 11-song performance of Carrie: The Musical, an adaptation of the 1976 supernatural thriller (and the 1988 Broadway adaptation, 2012 off-Broadway revival, and 2013 movie starring Chloë Grace Moretz). Town newbie Veronica Lodge (Camila Mendes) is set to torment Carrie into exacting a terrifying revenge as her bitchy classmate Chris Hargensen.
But the homoeroticism was turned up to the max during this week's episode, when the guys of Riverdale High took on wrestling during gym class, led by ultimate daddy Hiram Lodge.
The production will be filmed for a behind-the-scenes documentary by local hipster/gang member Jughead Jones (Cole Sprouse). So of course, Kevin Keller (Casey Cott) had to make it the school musical, because there's nothing that screams high school theater like biting off more than you can chew. If not, Carrie might come for you, too!