The Real Horror? Missing Rocky Horror at The Theatre Company

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Only three showings of Rocky Horror will be performed October 28-29 at The Theatre Company in Bryan.This year marks the fifth annual Monster Bash fundraiser for The Theatre Company of Bryan, and they are celebrating with three performances of the outrageous, not politically correct classic Rocky Horror Picture Show. There will be three performances only: Friday, October 28, at 8 p.m. and Saturday, October 29, at 8 p.m. and 12 midnight.

The Rocky Horror Show is a long-running British horror comedy stage musical, which opened in London on June 19, 1973. It was written by English-born New Zealander Richard O’Brien, and came in eighth in a BBC Radio listener poll of the “Nation’s Number One Essential Musicals.” The play was adapted as the 1975 film 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show,' a cult hit and the longest-running theatrical release in film history.

Only three showings of Rocky Horror will be performed October 28-29 at The Theatre Company in Bryan.This year marks the fifth annual Monster Bash fundraiser for The Theatre Company of Bryan, and they are celebrating with three performances of the outrageous, not politically correct classic Rocky Horror Picture Show. There will be three performances only: Friday, October 28, at 8 p.m. and Saturday, October 29, at 8 p.m. and 12 midnight.

The Rocky Horror Show is a long-running British horror comedy stage musical, which opened in London on June 19, 1973. It was written by English-born New Zealander Richard O’Brien, and came in eighth in a BBC Radio listener poll of the “Nation’s Number One Essential Musicals.” The play was adapted as the 1975 film ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show,’ a cult hit and the longest-running theatrical release in film history.

Leave the kids at home for this one because it is for adult audiences only, and guests are invited to come dressed as Rocky Horror characters at the pre-performance reception. Tickets are $25 each for the fundraiser and tickets are not included in the regular season ticket package. The show is underwritten by John and Gigi Greene and Family; and Eric and Joey Wylie; costumes are underwritten by Jim Butler and Donna Davenport. For more information visit www.thetheatrecompany.com or call (979) 779-1302.