This Sunday, November 1, Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror will take the stage with a quarantine twist on the classic film “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” This classic 70’s theme celebrates 45 years of Richard O’Brien’s 1975 film and 5 years of “Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror.” The cast will dramatically pantomime the science fiction cult classic and dance to the musical sound track. Get the shock treatment and purchase your tickets today!
1pm Showing: Doors open at 12pm. After the matinee show, join a talk back with the cast and creator of Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror hosted by Jennifer Eden. Attendees will be able to ask questions as we discuss the cultural impact of Rocky Horror Picture Show and the nuances of gender and sexuality on display in Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror.
7pm Showing: Doors open at 6pm. This show will feature a pre-show hosted by the fabulous and hilarious Rayceen Pendarvis, costume contest, erotic poetry and more! Costume theme is “Covidian Affair” (think Rocky Horror meets quarantine).
Guests should expect this Fall’s production to be squeaky clean, quarantined, and social distanced to ensure public safety in accordance to local guidelines regarding COVID-19. In addition all tickets are refundable until the show starts.
Ticket prices are $30; $55 for two. Seating is limited so purchase your tickets today.
This Sunday, come up to the lab for the shock treatment. Be prepared as the cast performs the Rocky Horror Picture Show like never seen before!
COVID SAFETY GUIDELINES.
As much as we are committed to the Arts, we are committed to the safety of our guest. We will follow State and Local Guidelines to ensure public safety in addition to the following.
-Temperature checks for every Guest, Staff, and CCRH Team Member
-Face mask MUST be worn for duration of Event
-Social Distanced Seating
-Limited Audience Interaction
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