TRUMBULL — With movie theaters closed, big summer concerts canceled, and backyard barbecues scaled back, summer nights in Trumbull could start getting a little dull. But a group of Trumbull High students is working to give community members a fun evening out and the chance to support student theater at the same time.
The Trumbull High School theater organization THeSpians started Trumbull’s first-ever drive-in movie series, held in the school’s parking lot. Past screenings of “Grease,” “Moana” and “Jurassic Park” played to over 100 cars. There is one more scheduled, “The Lion King” on Aug. 1.