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The Rocky Horror Show
a Musical
CATEGORY : MUSICAL
by Richard O'Brien

COMPANY : Next Stage Theatre Company [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Next Stage Theatre's Alley Stage
ID# 4364

SHOWING : October 19, 2012 - November 03, 2012

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Strange things happen when Brad and Janet, a clean-cut young couple from the suburbs, get caught with a flat in the middle of nowhere. After an incredible night at the Frankenstein place They learn a little it about themselves and the world.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Rob Hardie
Costume Designer Fran Beaudry
Scenic Designer Christopher Shane Dills
Rocky Craig Baker
Eddie Aretha Burton
Janet Alana Cheshire
Phantom Chandler Clark
Phantom Lauren Cleland
Magenta Marissa Druzbanski
Narrator Max Flick
Dr. Scott Lisa Hatt
Frank 'N' Furter Chris Ikner
Riff Raff Nicholas Morrett
Phantom Alicia Morton
Phantom Daniel Clay Sasser
Brad Jordan Stovall
Columbia Jennifer Waldman
Music Director Chris Davis
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REVIEWS

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Oh Rocky! Oh Rocky!
by OhRocky!
Friday, November 2, 2012
NR
I have seen Rocky many times over the years. And truthfully, I wasn\'t overly impressed with this show. I was, however, blown away by three actors in this production: Columbia, Riff Raff, and Rocky. Those three stole the show. Jennifer Waldman captivates the audience with her insanely powerful voice and hilarious facial expressions. Nick Morrett wins the audience over with his beautiful voice and hilarious comedic timing at the end of the show. Craig Baker wows the crowd with his voice, body, and dim witted, but adorable take on Rocky.
Overall, I think the show was ok. I was entertained- mainly by the three actors mentioned above and the audience participation. (It is always fun to shout out obscenities during a live show- and get applauded for it!) There are some cute bits thrown in here and there. I would recommend the show, but it is not for everybody. The humor can be a bit raunchy at times- and even taken a bit too far.


The best Rocky performance ever? In my opinion, no. But they are some very talented people in the cast. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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