Give Yourself Over to Rocky Horror this Weekend at the North Bend Theatre

This Friday and Saturday night, the North Bend Theatre hosts its 16th annual showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

More than just a movie, this weekend’s screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a must-experience event featuring a wildly talented, live shadowcast in movie-accurate costumes and clever props, full audience participation (“Say it!!!”) and, of course, a man with no neck. 

The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a cult movie phenomenon that started as an unassuming, fiercely original musical released in 1975.

Courtesy of midnight showings, shadowcast performances, and die-hard fans who created a tradition of talking back to the screen, the film has become the longest-running release in movie history. After 47 years, its fan base is still growing.

Beth Burrows, owner of the North Bend Theatre, is impressed by the shadowcast’s dedication. “They cast the roles and began rehearsing this summer, ramping up to full-dress rehearsals three days a week. They put their whole hearts into this performance. It’s a labor of love for them. And you are going to love them. They are amazing!”

Join Tim Curry as Dr. Frank-N-Furter as he leads an on-screen and off-screen cast through an incredibly strange journey this Friday and Saturday at the North Bend Theatre. The doors to absolute pleasure open at 9 PM, and the journey starts at 10.

Rocky Horror survival kits with all the necessary ingredients will be available for purchase at the Theatre. Tickets are on sale now at

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