Rocky Horror Show
In case you missed the Rocky Horror Show at the Monroe Center last weekend – you have two more weeks to check it out. Getting rave reviews, too!
The Rocky Horror Show
The Theater Company (TTC) can’t stand the “antici… pation” anymore! Richard O’Brien’s THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW continues!
This is TTC’s second time producing this Sci-fi cult hit. Due to popular demand, it is being staged again after several years of their patrons begging for a revival. But don’t expect the same production as last time, “Rocky can be done in many different ways,” notes Producing Artistic Director David Zimmerman, “and we are bringing a fresh design and look to the show instead of copying the movie or our past production. Director Billy Mitchell has shown in the past that he can relate to an audience and create something different and interesting all at the same time, so I am confident we will not only repeat our success, but sell out this production!”
Audience participation is a must for this live production and Goody Bags will be on sale. Everyone is encouraged to come in their favorite ROCKY HORROR costume and be ready to interact with the cast. The bulk of the performances will be 8pm shows, but on Saturday nights they’ve added a second 11pm performance specifically for an adults-only crowd.
The cast of THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW is a nice mix of TTC regulars and fresh faces including: Eddie Capuano, Jenny Fersch, Laura Fraenkel, Bill Graber, Michael Livingston, Muslimah Mays, Kara Moulter, Liza Poor, Daniel Rostas, Kate Scott, Kelly Ann Wadler, Brian Waite, Branan Whitehead and Laura Yoder, with Billy Mitchell not only directing but leading the ensemble as Dr.
(Hat tip to Ray for the video. Thanks!)
Book, Music & Lyrics by: Richard O’Brien Directed by: Billy Mitchell – Musical Direction by: Tom Berger – Choreographed by: Robert Gonzales Jr.
February 17-19 & 24-26, 2011, Thurs.-Fri. at 8pm, Sat. at 8pm & 11pm (adults only at 11pm)
Monroe TheatreSpace – 2nd Floor, Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe, St., Hoboken, NJ Free parking behind the building (from Jackson St.) and the 9th Street Light Rail Station is only a block away.
- $25 adults – $20 students & seniors – $45 couple
- $5 off for Discover Jersey Arts card holders (must show DJA card at the box office) credit card: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/144754
- cash or check: at the door prior to performance