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ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
Friday, Oct 25, 2013 - 8:00 pm, $10.00
8pm & Midnight $10 advance /$12 at the door



The Whip-It Outskirts - Shadowcast's Official Site

Halloween Special TWO SHOWS 8PM & MIDNIGHT Seating is limited (with addtional standing room) so ticket holders need to arrive no later than 7:45 or 11:45 or be prepared to stand.

Join us for our traditional Halloween presentation with Albany's own shadowcast troupe, The Whip It Outskirts! Join the cast for a live show before the film, then see the performers take the night to a whole new level as they act out the film in full Transsexual Transylvania regalia! In keeping with Rocky Horror tradition, get ready for an evening of interactive entertainment: participation is optional, but verrrrrrry desirable!

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