“The Rocky Horror Show LIVE!” will be performed at Community Little Theatre October 27-29. Pictured here left to right at a recent rehearsal are cast members Josh Caron as Rocky; Danielle Eaton, Columbia; Tony Roy, Dr. Scott; Justin Morin, Frank’n’Furter; Bryce Smith, Janet; and Cody Watson as Brad. Submitted photo

The “frothy, fun, and naughty” rock ‘n roll musical “The Rocky Horror Show LIVE!” will run for four performances from October 27-29 at the Community Little Theatre in Auburn. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 27-29. An additional performance will start at 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29.

Since its first appearance at the Royal Court Theatre in June 1973, “The Rocky Horror Show” by Richard O’Brien has become a worldwide favorite. It has been performed in more than 30 countries and has been translated into more than 20 languages. Often described as a non-stop party, the show follows sweethearts Brad and Janet on an unforgettable adventure, where they encounter Frank’n’furter, a mad transvestite scientist, and his bizarre followers.

Widely considered a campy classic and a tribute to the age of B-horror movies, the musical features rock n’ roll classics such as “Sweet Transvestite,” “Hot Patootie,” and the world famous “Time Warp.” “The Rocky Horror Show LIVE!” features significant audience participation. The show is for mature audiences only, and all audience members must be at last 18 years of age.

Local theater company Rocky for Equality is heading up this production in partnership with CLT. The show is directed and produced by Becca Tinkham with Joe Tinkham serving as musical director, Paul G. Caron as vocal director, and Brandon Chaloux as stage manager.

Anyone interested in attending is strongly encouraged to purchase general admission tickets in advance at rockyforequality.com/tickets. This production is not part of CLT’s season and tickets are not available through the CLT box office.

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