The Little Theatre of Alexandria is proud to present The Rocky Horror Show. Many audience members have experienced Rocky Horror as a movie. Originally released in 1975, the movie is now a cult classic, and millions of moviegoers have been inspired to dress up as characters and participate in different ways.
Because LTA is producing a live performance, however, audience members are respectfully asked to limit their participation. The following “props” (often brought by cinema audiences) will not be allowed: water pistols, candles, rice, lighters, matches, noisemakers, confetti, toilet paper, toast, cards, hot dogs, and prunes.
One public performance—the midnight show on Friday, October 31—has been designated a “participation performance.” Audience members at this performance are encouraged to bring newspapers, flashlights, rubber gloves, and bells.
Dressing up for any performance is encouraged, as long as the costume is appropriate and does not block sight lines of other patrons. We agree that part of Rocky Horror is interacting with it, so LTA has a few surprises in store to draw all audience members into the LTA Rocky Horror experience.