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A One-Man Rocky Horror Experience



Even after four decades, the cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show continues to defy time and space. In a one-man Rocky Horror Experience, performed by Justin Kautz, written and directed by Jake Hastey, you'll not only enjoy the iconic songs from the original script, you'll also learn about why this story has been so impactful, and how it's still relevant today. Kautz gives an impressive performance acting, dancing, singing and playing six different instruments throughout the show. It's interactive and encourages audience participation; in fact, props are provided for anyone willing to submerse themselves in the time warp again—no toast required. You'll laugh, sing, and probably find yourself dancing in your chair. If you have the chance, it's a worthwhile jump to the left at the fringe this year. Reviewed by Katie Robertson.


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  • 12:00 pm - 2017/08/20
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    I don’t think the actor ever really learned his lines/songs or was ready to handle an audience and their callouts (one of the most iconic things about this show). There was frequent corpsing left, right, and centre (nothing upstage because you can’t see shit)
    Also, if you’re going to play Frank N’ Furter, at least have a couple more rehearsals in those heels. Or a couple more (a lot more) rehearsals in general. While I’m at it, this production is not a platform for a christian straight white able-bodied cis male to talk about unfair representation. Your line “and for that, I apologize” was less than convincing. Nice try, Toy Guns Dance Theatre. Do more research. Your work is tired.

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