Since this was my idea and some folks seemed to like it, I'm going to host this event.
A little about RHPS - taken from www.fridaynitespecials.com
The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a 1975 musical parody of science-fiction and horror B-movies, directed by Jim Sharman with a screenplay by Richard O’Brien and Sharman, based on a play entitled The Rocky Horror Show by O’Brien, who also wrote all music and lyrics.
Tickets for the show are $6.50.
The audience is admitted into the theater at midnight, but due to pre-show activities, the film starts between 12:30 and 12:45. The film is 100 minutes long, so the theater lets out somewhere around 2:30-ish, depending on the night.
Oh, my God, I have a “V” on my forehead? Why?! This means that you are a “virgin.” If you have never seen the movie performed with a live cast, then you are labeled a VIRGIN, whether you’re eight-years old or seventy. We just might brand you with a lipstick or eye-linered “V” on your forehead. No matter what, you are new to the Rocky Horror experience and there are rules you must follow.
During the pre-show activities, the emcees will tell all the virgins to come down to the stage. If you are a virgin, it is in your best interest to come down and join the festivities…not because bodily harm will be inflicted on you if you don’t, but because you are, off the bat, going against everything Rocky Horror stands for.
The backbone of Rocky Horror is audience participation. While this does include the yelling and screaming during the movie, but it also includes all newcomers be given the proper welcome.