The Rocky Horror Show

Christmas. New Years. Midnight.
   

Rocky Horror Returns

Christmas and New Years. Midnight Shows

Get all your time-warping, stiletto-stomping, call-backing rocks off with Rocky Horror this holiday season, and experience the live cult hit at its true home on the Seacoast. 

Join Brad and Janet as car troubles bring them to a strange mansion, with an even stranger proprietor, for a night they’ll never, ever, forget. The musical that started a movie that started a national phenomenon is coming to the Seacoast Rep Stage courtesy of the cast of Mad Haus and some very special friends, helmed by the Mad Men behind smash hits Avenue Q, Reefer Madness, Rock of Ages, Mad Haus, and more. If anyone knows how to have a weird, sexy, fun time, it’s them.

Shows start at the stroke of midnight on Christmas and New Years respectively. So as not to confuse you: that means 11:59pm on December 25th and 11:59pm on December 31st. 

We’ll be getting festive. Maybe a ball drop or two. Maybe a champagne toast. Definitely a costume contest both nights. 

Callbacks are encouraged. No rice, no toast or other thrown things, but other participation is encouraged. We’re obsessed with consent! Don’t touch anyone who doesn’t want to be touched, and please don’t touch our performers, even if they touch you.

Richard O’Brien’s
THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW
Book, Music and Lyrics by Richard O’Brien
 
“Rocky Horror Show, The” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

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