Dr. James T. Aris, owner of Advanced Dentistry of Wilton, is putting down his dental tools and hitting the stage for Wilton Playshop\u2019s production of Young Frankenstein. This will not be Aris\u2019s first time performing with the Wilton Playshop. \u201cI was fortunate to be in the cast of Chicago in the spring of 2016 directed by executive producer and first vice president of the Wilton Playshop, Ralph Pastore,\u201d said Aris, who played the role of a detective. Not only did he have \u201ca wonderful time\u201d in Chicago, Aris said, but he also learned a lot about \u201cthe precision that goes into every production.\u201d Aris said he is \u201cthrilled\u201d to play Dracula, who makes a brief appearance at the end of Young Frankenstein. \u201cWhat dentist doesn\u2019t want to play Dracula?\u201d said Aris, who planned to fabricate some porcelain fangs and temporarily attach them to his teeth for the role. \u201cDracula is a great character, and Mel Brooks\u2019 humor and creative genius in Young Frankenstein make for an uplifting evening of laughs.\u201d Aris said he and his fellow Young Frankenstein cast members rehearse \u201cevery weekday and some weekends.\u201d \u201cYou could tell this is going to be a great show because of the life and energy the cast brings to [the] characters in Young Frankenstein. Right from the start of this production, you have a smile on your face and you\u2019re laughing from the beginning to the end,\u201d he said. \u201cThe singing is excellent and the dancing is well-choreographed. It\u2019s amazing to have this much talent in our own backyard.\u201d Aris said he is waiting for Little Shop of Horrors to come to Wilton so he can audition for the dentist role. \u201cI would love to be in more musicals,\u201d he said. \u201cI\u2019m always singing Broadway show tunes and Frank Sinatra songs at the dental office.\u201d Wilton Playshop\u2019s production of Young Frankenstein is directed by Mat Young, musically directed by Zachary Kampler and choreographed by Rachel Schulte. Showtimes are: Nov. 2-4 and Nov. 9-10, at 8 p.m. Nov. 5, at 2 p.m. Tickets may be purchased online at wiltonplayshop.org or by calling 203-762-7629.