UTICA, N.Y. (Oct. 2, 2019) – The Rocky Horror Picture Show will return to Stanley Theatre on Saturday, October 26 to celebrate the 44rd anniversary of the performance. The single night event starts at 6 p.m. with a Rocktail Party hosted by DJ Larry featuring music, a costume contest and the highly anticipated live entertainment provided by Team Larry. The screening of Rocky Horror Picture Show begins at 8 p.m.
The beloved film follows as Brad and Janet take refuge in the castle of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, a transvestite mad scientist who is preparing to unveil his greatest creation. In the meantime, the doctor enjoys himself by messing around with his reluctant guests. The screening features risque costumes and special effects that will be shown on Stanley Theatre’s giant screen. This is an experience you don’t want to miss!
The first 150 guests who purchase tickets will receive a prop kit, so you can leave all your toys and props at home! Stanley Theatre is ready to celebrate Rocky Horror with all the friendly creatures of the night.
Refreshments will be available for purchase as well as a selection of food by Patrick O’Connor Feast and Festivities. Tickets are available in the Stanley Box Office and on the Stanley Theatre website, as well as on Ticketmaster. Tickets purchased in advance are $20. Tickets purchased day of show are $25. This movie is Rated R by the MPAA. Due to adult content, individuals under 17 must be accompanied by an adult.
About The Stanley Theatre
For nearly a century, The Stanley Theatre has brought the community together with live concerts, Broadway shows, musicals, ballets, movies, graduations and recitals. Today, The Stanley Theatre operates as a not-for-profit organization run by the Central New York Community Arts Council. Originally built as a movie theatre, The Stanley opened its doors in 1928 with 2,963 seats, a grand entry staircase that resembles the main staircase of the Titanic, a gold leaf interior and terra cotta and tiled mosaic exterior. Designed by renowned architect Thomas Lamb, whose remaining creations include The Stanley Theatre, Proctor’s Theatre and The Landmark Theatre.