May 3, 2022 to June 26, 2022

The Rocky Horror Show

Type: Live performance   MEMBER TYPE: Professional

A live, in-person, COVID-safe performance.

The lives of wholesome sweethearts Brad and Janet are changed forever when their car breaks down in front of the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter. The lovers quickly lose their innocence as they are greeted by a motley crew of wild and wacky characters. This cult classic, smash-hit musical is draped in sass and backed with a tantalizing rock-and-roll score and outlandish dances that will have you shivering in antici…pation.

Rocky Etiquette

Here are some guidelines that should be deemed necessary by anyone looking to perpetuate our experiences of absolute pleasure.

The throwing of toilet paper, cards, etc. is part of the fun. It is not meant to harm people, ruin someone's make-up or costume, or cause damage. Food, water and open flames are not permitted.

Never make fun of someone for "dressing up" - especially if their costume or make-up is not perfect. The point is that their heart is in it and this might discourage them or others from ever returning in costume and that's what it's all about, isn't it?

Respect the wishes of the theatre and its management. Vandalism and the breaking of rules might not only lead to your ejection, but to the closing of the show. This would only be spoiling it for everyone.

If visitors from other theaters or areas comes to visit, don't try to "shout them down". Respect the fact that they might yell different "lines". Why, you might even find some new ones more preferable to your own.

Calling Brad an "asshole" and "neck lines" to the criminologist are funny in their proper place, but should not be yelled every time you see these characters' faces. It does get boring and monotonous.




Produced by: Neptune Theatre


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