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Antici-paShawn: The Drip - A New RHPS Font
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Hey Folks, I've finally finished my first RHPS font, "The Drip". I wanted to expand on the work that Coda did with Double Feature by allowing there to be significantly more options for the drip pattern for each number and letter. With my font I've created at least four alternates for each, allowing...
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Review - Be Just and Fear Not: Memoirs of a Rocky Horror EmCee
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  Be Just and Fear Not: Memoirs of a Rocky Horror EmCee - Chadwick Cunningham (2012, print on demand at http://net.ondemandbooks.com/odb/selfespress/odb0000000904, $7.99). Cunningham documents his experiences with Rocky Horror casts the Clinton Street Cabaret and the Denton Delinquents, firs...
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Rocky Horror Cast "Types"....in Stereo
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Here's a basic truth about Rocky Horror:  Every cast is different.   Here's another:  Every cast is the same.   Oh, they vary in many ways, some subtle and some not-so-subtle.  But when it comes right down to it, there are a lot of very similar (and similarly minded) peo...
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Cast Spotlight

Denton Delinquents The Denton Delinquents was started in September of 2006 in Portland, Oregon, and remained at their original venue for nearly six years before making the decision to move to their current theatre in Vancouver, Washington.

On hiatus for nearly a year while they negotiated with FOX to get the license to show the movie and perform in their theatre, they have settled just 12 miles from their original start, which is still home to a cast. The Delinquents used to allow all ages to join, but in their new location cast membership is limited to 18+, though their shows continue to be all-ages. The majority of the Delinquents have been around for at least a year or more, and they really love what they do - and it shows! An incredibly dedicated bunch, they perform at The Kiggins Theatre in Vancouver, Washington on the 4th Saturday of every month.

Rockypedia

  • FAQ
  • RHPS
  • Attending
  • Pop Culture

RockyPedia is the official Frequently-Asked Questions resource for The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

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Basics

What is the FAQ? Find out!

 
trivia

Trivia

Test your knowledge or just be amazed at the trivialities.

music

Music

Everything to know about Rocky Horror Music.

 
basics

What is RHPS?

Learn the basics about Rocky Horror.

 
history

History

What is the history of the Rocky Horror Picture Show?

 
participation

Participation

Running a cast, attending a show...

costuming

Costuming

Oh, what to wear?!

 
technical

Technicalities

Some of the more technical aspects of participation.

props

Props

What to bring? What to leave at home?

 
popculture

References

All kinds of cool pop culture references about Rocky Horror

 
interviews

Interviews

Interviews with some of the people who made the magic happen.

 

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  • Lisa Higgins created a new topic ' looking for audio' in the forum.
    4 days ago

    Hi all. First time poster long time frankie fan.

    Looking for audio files from the movie. In particular the car scene when tyre blows out.

    Any help would be appreciated. And also hope I'm posting in the right place.
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  • anjali replied to the topic '.' in the forum.
    1 week ago

    I do the casting for my cast, and I constantly ask people to TELL ME when they're going to be gone, so I don't post a cast list and then get five emails from people going, "oh I'm actually not here that weekend." And then I have to go in and edit the list five times.

    Not to mention the no-call no-shows that we then have to scramble to cover. We have a three-strikes policy for no-call no-shows because people are told that they should be there, ready to act, at LEAST two weeks in advance, usually more. If you can't handle that then we have to ask you to leave.

    Another thing, which is a smaller annoyance but still, is when an actor won't stop doing callbacks or lip-synching other characters' lines WHILE ON STAGE WITH THE SPOTLIGHT ON THEM. Like I get it, you know the whole entire show by heart, but ffs will you please focus on being your character?
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