The Rocky Horror Picture Show returns to the Saenger Theater | Arts & Culture
The following is a press release from the Hattiesburg Saenger Theater:
Let’s do the Time Warp again! With a jump to the left and a step to the right, the Rocky Horror tradition continues at the Historic Saenger Theater in Downtown Hattiesburg on October 26 at 8 p.m.
Catchy songs and thrilling dance numbers will bring you to your feet, as this edition of Rocky Horror Picture Show encourages full audience participation. Guests are encouraged to dress as their favorite character and jump feet-first into musical madness with the provided props. A Hattiesburg tradition for nine years, the Rocky Horror Picture Show promises to be an event to remember.
The success of this quirky film has been a hit across the country since 1975. Originally a British stage play, the Rocky Horror Picture Show has gained a unique and loyal cult-like following. The film chronicles a couple, stranded in a castle with a cast of unusual and unforgettable characters. Mischief and hilarity abound as they find themselves in the midst of a bizarre party and a twisted science experiment.
Tickets for this wild and wacky night are on sale now for $10 and $12 and may be purchased at The Saenger Theater box office at 601-584-4888 or by visiting online at www.HattiesburgSaenger.com.
The Saenger Theater is a Hattiesburg Convention Commission Facility. Since 1991, the Hattiesburg Convention Commission has been developing and operating tourism-related facilities for the Hattiesburg area.
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