Rocky Horror Picture Show
An interactive interpretation of cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show Look for Dr. Frank N. Furter, Riff Raff, Magenta, Brad, Janet, and all the other characters whose stories unfold in a unique night of theatrical dance and audience participation
The deliciously wicked story of misfits on a collision course to "the secret to life itself" began as British stage musical The Rocky Horror Show. The stage show spawned The Rocky Horror Picture Show, a 1975 film starring Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick, with Tim Curry reprising his star turn as Dr. Frank N. Furter, the flamboyant and devious scientist claiming to be from Transylvania. Though the music and Curry's performance were praised, critics initially panned the science fiction/horror film parody. It wasn't until later that midnight showings took on a life of their own, elevating the film to cult status. Over thirty years later, fans still dress up as their favorite characters, parade in the isles and in front of the screen, recite dialogue and throw rice and toast (you just have to be there to understand). For some, it is a cultural rite-of-passage leading to creative expression and a sense of community as they sing along to favorites like "Time Warp" and "Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me". To others, it's just a whole lot of fun.