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Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror: Gender Bender!

The Rocky Horror Lives of Baltimore!

Sat, Jun 29th 8:00 pm in the The Theater

$25
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$22
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Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror | Gender Bender | Rocky Horror Lives of Baltimore

Come up to the lab! Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror debuts its newest gender bender shadow cast version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show entitled “The Rocky Horror Lives of Baltimore.”

Join us as we portray Frank-N-Furter as a Real Housewife who made her man! Follow this high fashion diva as she struggles to maintain control of her castle and her marriage! Join us on June 29th for all of The TEA and The SHADE.

After the show, there will be a reunion! Join the cast as they hash out their differences. Reconciliations will be made and revelations will be revealed as Dr Frank N Furter addresses her Lovers and Betrayers.
The Drama premieres LIVE at Creative Alliance Baltimore!
Meet the Cast!
Dr. Frank N Furter is portrayed by Kittie, A DMV based Vocalist, Actor, and Original Cast member of CCRH, she played our very first Janet!
Brad is portrayed by Rice Patty, formerly Trixie, Rice is an aspiring Burlesque performer in Baltimore, MD.
Janet is portrayed by Eddie, a local photographer and educator.
Riff Raff is portrayed by Bunny Vicious, founder of Burleoke! She is a Burlesque Icon and lover of Rocky Horror.
Magenta is portrayed by Cliff, Cliff is a local performer, and the newest addition to the team.
Columbia is portrayed by Georgette, a model, dancer, and actor in the DMV.
Rocky is portrayed by Doc, an actor, dancer, and the founder of New Renaissance Performing Arts.
Dr Scott is portrayed by Betty O HellNo, the Burlesque Queen of Baltimore!
Eddie is portrayed by Ru a local performer in Baltimore!
Trixie is portrayed by Keith, this usher will make you believe you are at Frank’s Bachelorette Party!
Transylvanians – New Renaissance Arts.

Dive into a wild night featuring a live shadow cast to the film, innovative choreography, and crowd participation. Since 2015, Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror has been a tribute to the queer experience while showcasing and exposing minorities to liberating art forms.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (RHPS) was released on September 25, 1975, with music and characters that feature androgynous themes. EarlOrrin Productions, LLC produced the first all African American live shadow cast production of RHPS. (We hope this is on Wikipedia!)

Creative Alliance’s film program is sponsored in part by the Maryland Film Office.

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