Randall Peters and Sarah Ann Murphy are unsuspecting newlyweds in The Rocky Horror Show. The production runs from Oct. 23 to Nov. 1 at Metro Studio Theatre.

Rocky Horror Show returns for Halloween Metro Studio Theatre

Rebel Knock Out Productions sets venue for live show at

Transvestite Frank N’ Furter returns to Victoria this month when the The Rocky Horror Show arrives with a live performances at Metro Studio Theatre.

When unsuspecting newlyweds Brad Majors (Randall Peters) and Janet Weiss (Sarah Ann Murphy) find themselves stranded in the woods in the middle of the night, they are terrified to arrive at the mysterious door of Frank N’ Furter (Griffin Lea).

Inside, they find that this  charming, yet utterly unpredictable transvestite runs his household in the most unusual of ways.

For decades, the audiences of Victoria have been attending Halloween screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Roxy Theatre.

Rebel Knock Out Productions’ The Rocky Horror Show will provide all the nostalgia of that intimate, integral part of our city’s culture, and give Victoria the chance to take that experience to the next level with this live performance.

The Rocky Horror Show will be brought to life under the direction of Atomic Vaudeville’s Britt Small, and will feature a live rock and roll band under the musical direction of Stephanie Sartore.

With an all-star cast of 15 Victoria actors, including Kelly Hudson as Riff Raff, Stephanie Sartore as Magenta, Candace Woodland as Columbia and Alex Judd as both Eddie and Dr. Scott, Rebel Knock Out Productions promises an evening of supreme talent and demented debauchery.

Tickets for The Rocky Horror Show begin at $30, and can be purchased atticketrocket.org.

The Rocky Horror Show runs at 8 p.m. Oct. 23, 24, 25, 29, 30 and Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. and on Oct. 31 at 10 p.m.

 

 

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