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Lubbock theater to revamp 'Rocky Horror Picture Show'

Provided by Lubbock Premiere Cinemas 16 and IMAX

Lubbock Premiere Cinemas 16 and IMAX and members of the Texas Tech University Theatre program will partner together to perform a shadow casting of "Rocky Horror Picture Show" at midnight Oct. 31.

A shadow casting is a cast of characters who act out the movie on the screen, and interact with members of the audience. Members of our shadow casting include: Joshua Barrett (Frank-n-Furter) and Natascha Muizers (Columbia.) Other members of the cast will include the characters of Rocky, Magenta, Brad and Janet.

"Rocky Horror Picture Show" is a movie from 1975, which starred Tim Curry and Susan Sarandon. The movie is a musical about the story of Brad and Janet's adventure to the Frankenstein place, and meeting a band of misfit characters, Rocky, Magenta, Columbia, Riff Raff and the "Sweet Transvestite from Transylvania," Frank-n-Furter.

Premiere is revamping this Halloween midnight classic from its sister theater Showplace 6. This is the first year "Rocky Horror" will be shown on the big screen since the closing of Showplace 6 in 2010.

The price of the tickets will be $15 and the price of the ticket will include a prop bag, which will include: glowstick, cards, fake toast, party hat, noisemaker and newspaper.

"Ever since Showplace closed we have been getting a lot of requests for "Rocky Horror"' Rudy Leal, general manager of Lubbock Premiere, said.

Tickets can be purchased at www.pccmovies.com or at the theater box office. For more information contact Efrain Duarte, marketing associate, at 806-535-4252.

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