The ultimate in audience participation films returns to the Village! Jim Sharman's 1975 musical comedy horror film didn't do very much for audiences and critics alike when it was first released... UNTIL 1976, when it was shown at midnight at the old Waverly Theater on Sixth Avenue. Twice a week, audiences began to participate in the onscreen action and dialogue, and show up dressed for the occasion...
Thursday August 1
Whether or not you enter the costume contest-- and believe me, one hundred smackers is nothing to sneeze at today (just as it was in 1975,) EVERYONE is encouraged to dress up in their own wildly interpretive versions of Rocky Horror cast members. Be as creative as you dare. You could walk home a winner!
The late Tim Curry: "So why don't you stay for the night? Or maybe a bite?"