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Rocky Horror Picture Show 49th Anniversary Spectacular featuring Barry Bostwick “Brad Majors”

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Friday, October 11, 2024 at 7:00pm

Pre-Sale – Thursday, June 6th – 10am-10pm
On-Sale – Friday, June 7th – 10am


Join the original ‘Brad Majors’ – BARRY BOSTWICK – for a screening of the original unedited movie with a live shadow cast and audience participation! Plus a memorabilia display with artifacts and an actual costume from the movie, a costume contest, and more! *Get exclusive tickets to the V.I.P. Meet & Greet to meet Barry Bostwick himself, have a personal photo opportunity, & get an autograph.

• VIP Meet & Greet Seating Section – The best seats in the house!
• Special Rocky Horror VIP Laminate
• Get a photo taken with Barry Bostwick with your own camera
• Bring your own personal item to autograph, or pick out a photo of Barry’s collection to get signed

Winning Golden Globe, Tony and Peabody awards for a long and multi-faceted career Barry continues to work in all genres with recently released films The Incredibles 2, Grand Daddy Day Care, Bigger Fatter Liar, A Mermaids Tale, Three Days In August among others as well as recent TV offerings on “Will And Grace,” “Girlfriends Guide to Divorce,” “Still The King,” “Signed Sealed and Delivered” for Hallmark and Great Performances on PBS “Ellis Island: The Dream Of America.” Bostwick is probably best known for playing Brad Majors in the cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show and Mayor Randall Winston in the long running sitcom “Spin City” and creating the role of Danny Zuko in the original Broadway production of Grease winning his first of three Tony nominations, finally winning the Tony for Best Actor in a Musical for the lead character in The Robber Bridegroom. You can also look for him in the other cult favorite film Megaforce, along with FDR: American Badass, Spyhard, Fantastic Planet, Three From Hell, Undercover Brother 2, The Outlaw Johnny Black, American Pie: Girls Rule, the popular Netflix film Single All The Way and the soon to be released Daruma. And his personal favorite Movie Movie with George C. Scott and directed by Stanley Donan among others. On TV he played George Washington in the 8 hour mini-series “George Washington,” Lady Aster in “War and Remembrance” among dozens of TV Movies and mini-series. Series TV kept him busy with “Cougar Town,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “Supernatural,” “Psych,” “Phinias and Ferb,” and for Disney , “Doogie Kahealoha” and numerous animated features and TV shows.