Rocky Horror Picture Show Returns!

Come rock out to this beloved cult classic and audience interactive favorite!

It was 1975 when Brad and Janet first got lost in a storm and ended up at the haunted mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (played with glee by a cross-dressing Tim Curry). Ever since, audiences have been singing and dancing through the haunted house with the cast in their offbeat coming-of-age story.

This campy adventure in silly kink always attracts a motley crew to let out their inner Time-Warping, pelvic-thrusting dancer spirits, whether it plays in New York City, in Little Rock, or in Peoria. Everyone is welcome, and our bags of props will let both new and seasoned Rocky Horror fans play along.

Every Friday night in October, the CALS Ron Robinson Theater will open up to a host of zany, fun-loving patrons who call out lines and sing along to the catchy rock musical numbers known by heart all over the world.

Doors will open at 8:30 p.m., so come hang out, indulge in our bargain-priced craft beer, wine, hot dogs and popcorn, and take photos with our backdrop and the other fabulous guests.

The film starts at 9:30 p.m. each Friday:

October 4

October 11

October 18

October 25

Join in on the responses, use your props, sing along, and wear any costume or attire that pleases you! (See these awesome eighties-style Goth costumes sported by our patrons last year.) Everybody is welcome: if you’ve never seen Rocky Horror before, you’ll soon catch on.

Those pesky rules:

The film is rated R: Restricted, which means that patrons under 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

We will be providing bags with all props for $5, to ensure the safety of the theater and our patrons. No outside props, please.

Balcony patrons will not be able to use water or rice because of the proximity to the stage lights, but there’s plenty of seating downstairs to let you play with the props all you want.

 

 

 

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