OFS Presents: THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW – AT MIDNIGHT!
SATURDAY, March 4, 2023
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
Featuring Riff Raff’s Street Rats
The Premier PNW Rocky Horror Picture Show Production
11pm doors / midnight film
$12 general / $9 members
Prop bags sold separately at event
Tickets available online & at the door one hour before the show
Mezzanine Lounge open (21+ w/ ID)
OFS presents The Rocky Horror Picture Show featuring Riff Raff’s Street Rats live shadow cast and audience participation! Originally produced for the London stage in 1973, The Rocky Horror Picture Show was Richard O’Brien’s musical tribute to B-movies, sci-fi, 50s rock, and Hammer Horror, as filtered through the transgressive and camp attitudes rock-opera and punk. A huge success, the play caught the attention of 20th Century Fox, who fast-tracked a theatrical adaptation. Featuring most of the creative team and cast of the original production, the movie was a flop when originally released in 1975. Now one of the most beloved and enduring camp classics of all time, Rocky Horror is still shown in theaters across the country and has become a cultural phenomenon that is a unique and unforgettable experience for all patrons. Whether this is your 1st or 500th time, the key to the perfect Rocky Horror screening is to have fun, live the movie, and be the dirty little pervert you always wanted to be, all while remembering to respect your fellow audience members. Patrons are encouraged to engage with the film by dressing up and purchasing prop bags for audience participation. Sorry, no outside props are allowed. Come be a part of the longest-running midnight movie in history! Riff Raff’s Street Rats regularly perform monthly showings of Rocky Horror at The Tracyton Movie House in Bremerton WA. As well as various other venues, events, and festivals across the Northwest. They were founded by Josh “Magical Minion” Wood. For tickets to their regular shows at the Tracyton Movie House go to tracytonmoviehouse.com or follow them at Riff Raff’s Street Rats on FB.
Dir: Jim Sharman / 1975 / UK, US / 100 min
Patrons, performers, staff, and volunteers are no longer required to wear masks or show proof of vaccination. The threat of covid, seasonal flu, and respiratory viruses are still out there. OFS will continue to provide masks (while supplies last – we have tons), surface and hand sanitizer, and regular air filtration system maintenance. We encourage mask-wearing at concerts and indoor gatherings and keep snacking and drinking in seating areas only.
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Updated: November 7, 2022
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