New York City
The Rocky Horror Show is Richard O’Brien’s brilliantly creepy, campy satire of American sexual hang-ups and the excesses of the Sexual Revolution, all told in the language of 1950s sci-fi B-movies. Join the corseted, fish-netted Frank N. Furter, his fellow over-sexed aliens, and his perfect wet dream of a monster, the muscular, blond Rocky, as they sing universally beloved songs like “The Time Warp,” “Sweet Transvestite,” “Toucha Touch Me,” “Dammit Janet,” and also a couple songs that were cut from the film version. As if we need to say it, Rocky Horror contains adult content and some nudity. Leave the kids at home.