The Rocky Horror Show: The Musical that Inspired the Cult Classic Film, Live on Stage
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Sin City Opera teams up with Off-Strip Productions to perform two one-act operas at the Onyx Theatre. The two operas are thematically related, each having plots that center around telephones, and the two works will be completely interwoven, one in color and the other in black and white. Gian Carlo Menotti's comic The Telephone presents an exasperating situation that is especially resonant now that we all have mobile phones. Poor Ben has a very important question for Lucy, but his attempts to ask it are constantly interrupted by telephone calls. The dramatic tour de force The Human Voice (La Voix Humaine) by Francis Poulenc (performed in a new English translation) is a musical adaptation of Jean Cocteau's dramatic monologue of the same name. Learn More
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This is the first time that the live stage musical,that the movie was made from, is being performed in las vegas. The cast is excellent and loves to play the audience. You are allowed to yell out lines, just as if you were at a movie event. I havent laughed that hard in a long time. Excellent show!
Off-Strip Productions and Onyx Theatre are proud to present Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show. This is the original musical that spawned the longest-running film of all time. It’s a fully staged rock show with a live band, scenery, lighting and special effects.
The Rocky Horror Show originally debuted in 1973 on a small experimental stage in London. A live parody of the classic sci-fi and monster movies of the 40s and 50s, it was the brainchild of actor Richard O’Brien and director Jim Sharman. It starred Tim Curry, and with its catchy rock music, larger-than-life characters and a bewildering plot, it was immensely popular with audiences. The show won the award for Best Musical of 1973 from The London Evening Standard.