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ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
Saturday, Dec 28, 2013 - 9:00 pm, $10.00



The Whip-It Outskirts

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The Whip-it Outskirts
Albany's only live Rocky Horror Picture Show Shadowcast Troupe!

It doesn't matter how many times you've seen it, it just feels good to put the fishnets on! They're back, Brad, Janet and the whole kinky troupe from transsexual Transylvania! Without a doubt this film is one of a kind. The Rocky Horror Picture Show is still the weirdest film out there, and probably the ultimate cult classic even after more than 25 years. Whether you're a TRHPS virgin or a true fan, come be a part of a truly unique movie going experience. So break out your fishnets and bustier and don't forget your toast!

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