Vampires, zombies, unraveling plots and music. That's what you'll get at Norton High School's senior class play, "The Dracula Rock Show" being performed this weekend.
Follow Sherlocke Holmes and Dr. Watson as they unravel Professor Moriarty's evil plot and foil Dracula's plans by playing "Friday," by Rebecca Black. Sit back and enjoy the funny musical moments by the Undead Backstreet Boys and surprising talent of Norton High rockers. And then, of course, there are the jokes you just can't miss. All this to support the Class of 2012.
"I think it's great because I became a lot closer with a lot of my classmates and I interacted with people that I wouldn't have normally interacted with," said Amanda Sullivan, who plays a narrator.
"The show is really good for families," she said.
"And all the proceeds go to the senior class, the Class of 2012," added Marisa Lucier.
The show will be performed in the high school auditorium March 16 and 17 at 7 p.m. Admission is $5.