"THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW" with Live Shadowcast Comes to Patchogue Theatre on Halloween Weekend!
Probably the oddest, most off-the-wall cult film ever made, this kinky rock 'n' roll science fiction horror satire is everybody's favorite late night show. A young couple stumbles into a castle inhabited by weirdos from the planet Transylvania, including Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), a cross-dressing Frankenstein in rhinestone heels. "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" is a marvelous musical spoof that urges, "Give yourself to total pleasure!"
The ZEN Room's live "shadowcast" enhances the experience on the Patchogue Theatre stage as they act out your favorite scenes with audience participation. Prop bags for the audience will be sold in the lobby for $5.00 prior to the show. A pre-show reception will begin at 7:30PM and will include a Halloween Costume Contest with giveaways for first, second and third places, as well as the traditional "Virgin Sacrifice" on the Main Stage before the show. There will be a "meet & greet" with the shadowcast after the show in the Theatre lobby.
Note: No outside PROPS, rice, toast or any other food products will be allowed in the Theatre as they are a hazard and could cause injury to the performers on stage. Please be aware that strobe lights will be used during the show.
**As Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts policy with any R-rated film of explicit nature, an adult with valid identification that indicates date of birth must accompany all patrons under the age of 17 years old. This policy will be strictly enforced so have your ID ready to be checked at the door.
ABOUT ZEN PRODUCTIONS & THE ZEN ROOM
Founded in 2009, ZEN Productions is a Long Island-based theatre troupe, which performs both shadowcasts and live stage plays. Its subsidiary, The ZEN Room, was founded in 2011 and is Long Island's shadowcast troupe of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." The company regularly performs throughout Suffolk and Nassau counties, plus has performed its shadowcasts regularly in New York City, New Jersey and Penn.
Photo: Copyright 20th Century Fox