Rocky Horror Picture Show to be shown

PORT ANGELES — The Rocky Horror Picture Show will be shown on a big screen with surround sound at Studio Bob on Saturday.

The 1975 film will begin at 7 p.m. at Studio Bob at 118½ E. Front St., Port Angeles.

Tickets are $15 or $20 with a prop bag. People are welcome to bring their own props.

Tickets are available at https://checkout.square.site/merchant/MLCKKEJ3MEVKX/checkout/EG3T7FDKJC SQULNQKALNCRHQ or www.studiobob.art.

The Loom Bar will be open with refreshments for sale, and a costume contest will happen before the movie begins with the winner announced at intermission.

The Shadow Cast will perform. Corinne and Kate Luebke will be the Bride and Groom. Piper Siedel plays Brad and Nikole Adams is Janet. Riff Raff is played by Richard Stephens, with Madison Casad as Magenta and Laci Trussell as Columbia.

Tia Stephens is Dr. Frank-N-Furter with husband Edwin J. Anderson playing the monster Rocky. Mark Valentine is the narrating Criminologist, Sarah Tucker is Eddie and Fred Robinson is Dr. Scott.

Chaz Stephens and Poet XIX round out the Shadow Cast as Transylvanians.

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