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46 Star Starred
near the corner of Alaska 4711 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116
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3.9 / 5 Rated by 11 members
Review from Thomas Anderson

My wife and I are fans of RHS and while we had a good time, we were dissapointed. I thought the band needed to be louder, I really want the show to engulf me, especially in that small a venue. The singers/actors were good but none were...continued

reviewed Jul 13 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member

It was a fabulous production, we all had a great time!

reviewed Jul 21 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Irina Gurevich

Costums could have been better. Movie screen could have been bigger and visible from side seating.

reviewed Jul 22 2011 report as inappropriate
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On the way to visit an old college professor, two clean cut kids, Brad Majors and his fiancée Janet Weiss, run into tire trouble and seek help at the site of a light down the road. It’s coming from the Frankenstein place, where Dr. Frank n’ Furter is in the midst of one of his maniacal experiments. Follow squeaky-clean sweethearts Brad and Janet on an adventure they’ll never forget, with the scandalous Frank n’ Furter, rippling Rocky, and vivacious Magenta. Get ready for a night of fun, frolics, and frivolity in Richard O’Brien’s original script! Bursting at the seams with timeless classics, including “Sweet Transvestite”, “Damn it, Janet” and of course, the pelvic-thrusting “Time Warp”, Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horrow Show is a non-stop party! Ready to thrill you with its frothy, fun, and naughty moments, this is the boldest bash of them all! Don’t dream it – be it!




So there you are, sat in a theater waiting to see The Rocky Horror Show – Live for the first time, when a strangely dressed person comes up to you and utters the immortal phrase ‘are you a virgin?’ Don’t panic, it’s not a proposition (although you never know your luck!). Anybody who hasn’t seen ‘Rocky’ before, be they twelve or seventy, is commonly known as a ‘virgin’. Let’s face it, at some time in our lives we have all been virgins as far as ‘Rocky’ is concerned! But don’t worry, help is at hand. In order to guide you through the experience of The Rocky Horror Show we have included the original ‘virgin’ survival guide, the indispensable guide to ‘Rocky’ etiquette.


Although not compulsory you may find that during the Time Warp you are the only person in the audience not on your feet. You dance the Time Warp by simply following the rule: ‘Do what it says in the song’. If you want to get up and boogie to other songs, feel free to do so – off stage – but remember that the Time Warp is the only dance that has set moves.

Audience Participation

Please note that it is considered very bad etiquette to throw something onto the stage, it could mean that the show is cancelled and hundreds of fans will turn on you in an instant! This is The Rocky Horror Show – Live – those people up there feel the pain of flying items when it hits them, unlike the actors on the screen. Audience Participation started back in the 1970s in the USA and made it over to the UK a few years later. Originally only for the movie, the Audience Participation has become a part of the stage show as well. Audience Participation should always enhance the ‘Rocky’ experience, never just be shouting out lines for the hell of it. It should be noted that many lines that are used at the film screenings don’t translate to the stage production – so -  relax, The Phantoms will help you know what is supposed to be said, and what shouldn’t be said. *

And Finally Etiquette*

Etiquette? I hear you cry – at a show with the principle of "Don’t Dream it, Be it?” Yep, there are still a few things to bear in mind when you are partaking in the ‘Rocky’ experience. The following three simple rules will help you and the other members of the audience to enjoy the show to the maximum pleasure level: #1 – Don’t throw anything at the stage, audience or performers – it can be dangerous and may result in the show being halted. #2 – Stay off stage at all times when performers are performing – unless a rowdy performer pulls you up from your chair (which could happen depending on the performance) – you are not permitted on the stage during the performance. #3 – Have fun!!!!!

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