The Rocky Horror Show
By Richard O'Brien
Stage Director - Craig A. Miller
Music Director - Tina Lloyd Meals
Choreographer - Staci Arriaga
That sweet transvestite, Frankenfurter, and his motley crew take the Studio Theatre by storm in the original stage musical that inspired the 1975 cult classic film – and generations of fans who have memorized every line, every lyric, and every dance move – and over the years have even added a few of their own! It’s all here, with a live cast of your favorite Transylvanian characters and featuring all of the songs we know and love, including “Dammit Janet,” “The Time Warp,” “Hot Patootie,” and “Toucha Toucha Touch Me!” Performed complete with participation and sass from the audience, cascading toilet paper and an array of other audience participation props, this deliberately kitschy rock ‘n’ roll sci fi gothic is more fun than ever. So, Dammit Janet – get your tickets!
MA: This production contains thematic situation and content intended for Mature Audiences only.
Rob Broadhurst as Frank N Furter singing "Sweet Transvestite"
For those wanting to fully participate, click here for call and response scripts.
Due to safety concerns for our live actors onstage, prop bags will not be sold at the door as previously advertised. However, interactive call backs will still be welcome & encouraged.
"There's a light over at the Frankenstein place. 6th Street Playhouse is ushering in the Halloween season with a rocking revival of the campy classic 'The Rocky Horror Show,' complete with live band, tarty costumes, oodles of garish makeup, and an amazing amount of onstage talent. 'Rocky' cultists are encouraged to participate -- both with 'call backs' and with a weekly costume contest offering free tickets to more great 6th Street productions. It's all the hilarious gender-bending any theatergoer could possibly want." (Barry Willis - President, SF Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle)
"... the songs by Richard O'Brien, who also wrote the script, still rock with silly, limit-pushing exuberance; the three-quarter-thrust staging in the Studio works quite well in bringing the audience close to the action; the cast tackles the show with a fresh sense of can-you-believe-we're-actually-doing-this exhibitionism; and Miller's direction emphasizes the joyful deviance of the whole undertaking." (David Templeton - North Bay Bohemian)