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Doing the Time Warp with Minneapolis’s Rocky Horror Picture Show Shadow Cast

The Rocky Horror Picture Show holds the distinct honor of being the longest-running theatrical release in film history, a phenomenon likely no one saw coming when it first debuted in 1975. Rocky‘s staying power can undoubtedly be attributed to audience participation and shadow casts—the groups of actors who perform the entire movie in front of the screen, complete with props, costumes, and rapid improvisation. Audience members also dance along to the Time Warp, throw objects around the theater (when allowed and...

Throwback Thursday: Pelvic Thrust Down Memory Lane with The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Throwback Thursday examines films from the past—“classic” films that might not be in the current cultural zeitgeist but can still be important in some aspect. With October fast approaching, I want to start delving into some scary films for the next couple weeks. What better way to start than to talk about a sci-fi, horror (to some), musical, camp extravaganza. I was introduced to Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) in high school. A group of friends and...
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