"The Rocky Horror Show" Live on Stage in Toronto at Lower Ossington Theatre on November 1–23 (Up to Half Off)

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Camp classic musical shoves two prudish lovebirds into the arms of a cross-dressing extraterrestrial and his band of outcasts

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The Rocky Horror Show

Long before audiences began flinging toast and dancing the Time Warp at midnight screenings nationwide, an out-of-work English actor named Richard O’Brien penned The Rocky Horror Show as a way to stay busy on winter nights. The script was a ludicrous-yet-loving homage to sci-fi and B-movies, following archetypal squares Brad and Janet as they spent a night in the castle of the mad scientist Dr. Frank N. Furter. There, the couple encountered their gender-bending host’s minions: Riff Raff, the decrepit butler; Eddie, the rock-and-roller; and Rocky, the Frankenstein-esque golden boy.

But while the script might have started as a way to pass the time, the show’s irreverent spirit and catchy soundtrack soon turned it into a pond-crossing phenomenon. In this stage production, audiences get the chance to interact with the cult classic in a way that celluloid can’t provide, whether they’re trading quips with the Narrator or seeing three dimensions without glasses.<p>



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    Toronto, Ontario M6J 2Z4

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