Photo Gallery – Splinter Group Presents ‘Carrie’

The group chose a theatrical take on Stephen King’s bloody horror story


Splinter Group, Fordham Lincoln Center’s musical theater club, wrapped up the semester with a chilling portrayal of “Carrie.” Adapted from the Stephen King novel of the same name, the musical tells the story of Carrie White, a mild-mannered teenage girl who is relentlessly bullied by her classmates and her aggressively religious mother. 

Eventually, Carrie realizes that she has telekinetic powers and unleashes her revenge at her senior prom after her classmates douse her in pig’s blood (or in this production, red streamers) as a humiliating prank. “Carrie” was directed by Savannah Miscik, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’23, and produced by Asa Nestlehutt and musically directed by Nate Dallimore, both FCLC ’24. Paige Finley, FCLC ’25, choreographed the show.