Klamath Falls, Ore. –The Rocky Horror Picture Show returns to the Ross Ragland Theater Friday, October 27 at 7 p.m. The Rocky Horror Picture Show will be offered free of charge but donations to help cover royalties and facility costs are always appreciated.
Costumes, props, “call-backs,” singing, dancing and shadow acting are the norm when attending a Rocky Horror Picture Show not just at the Ross Ragland but all over the world as many view the film as the ultimate cult classic. This year the RRT costume contests include individual categories; as well as a group category for a chance to win fun prizes. They will also offer buttons for the RHPS “virgins” (anyone who’s never seen it before).
To encourage people to fully participate in the Sweet Transylvanian fun, the Ross Ragland will have goody bags available for $5 each. Each bag is filled with the necessary props to use for standard call-backs including rice, toast, a newspaper, a water gun, a flashlight, cards and a noisemaker.
“It’s fun to see people really connect with this tradition,” says RRT executive director, Mark McCrary. “It’s a 40 year old movie but every year a new generation discovers the magic of this zany show.”
The Ross Ragland Theater’s mission is to provide high-quality performing arts and educational experiences that enhance community life in the Klamath Basin. The Ross Ragland Theater is located at 218 North 7th Street in Klamath Falls. Telephone 541-884-LIVE (5483) for ticket information and reservations or visit the theater’s website at www.rrtheater.org to purchase tickets online and learn more about the theater. The box office is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and two hours prior to show time the day of any weekend show.