Excalibur Monthly Midnight Showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Onesti Entertainment, Excalibur & Vision Nightclubs announce the continuation  of Final Fridays at the Haunted Castle’s monthly midnight showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show in its 35th anniversary year. Showings of the cult classic will take place at midnight on the last Friday of every month, continuing September 24 for only $10 per person. Audience members are invited to dress the part and participate in the interactive viewing experience along with live actors singing, dancing and “time-warping” along with the film. Classic Rocky Horror props will be for sale ($2-$5) and provided by the “actors” for audience partici-(SAY IT!)-pation.

Screening will take place upstairs on a 16-foot screen, with seating for 250 on two levels. The film will also be shown on five large flat-screen televisions around the main stage for additional viewing. Photos available upon request.

Specialty cocktails available for $5:
Sweet Transves-tini
The Screaming Orgasm
The Time Warp
and of course a Virgin Mary

WHEN: Friday, September 24 at MIDNIGHT, Last Friday of every month
Doors open at 9:30 PM
COST: $10 per person, available at the door

Excalibur & Vision Nightclub
632 North Dearborn Street, Chicago
(312) 266-1944

DATES: Upcoming show dates:

Friday, October 29 ***special Halloween showing!***
Friday, November 26
There will not be a show on December 31

 About The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Rocky Horror is the first and only true audience partici-(SAY IT!)-pation movie. People yell back lines at the screen during the extended pauses between dialogue, dress up in costume and act out the film, and throw props various times during the film. The audience participation phenomenon was observed as early as the film’s first run in 1975 (when it bombed during limited engagements in 7 of 8 cities), and was later re-released as a midnight movie where the audience participation really began to flourish. And by the way, for the “gore sensitive”, Rocky Horror is NOT a horror film. It is a rock-musical send-up of old science-fiction and horror films.


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