top of page
  • Writer's pictureGotta Go Orlando

Do the Time Warp in Orlando with 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' star Barry Bostwick

Join the original “Brad Majors” - BARRY BOSTWICK - for a screening of the original unedited version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.


Celebrate The Rocky Horror Picture Show's 48th Anniversary at special screenings in Orlando.


Join the original “Brad Majors” - Barry Bostwick - for a screening of the original unedited version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, with a live shadow cast, audience participation, costume contest and more!


Along with meet-and-greets, the show features a costume contest, memorabilia and costumes from the movie, and an interactive “Rocky Horror” screening where fans can dance to the time warp, shout out their favorite lines, and sing along with every song.


“Forty-eight years ago, Susan Sarandon and I jumped off a plane in London and into a world we never could have expected to be honoring and celebrating all these years later,” Bostwick said in a release. “Rocky has changed lives, not just ours, and had a profound effect on how we accept our differences in this world.”


The screening will take place on Friday, October 4 at Dr Phillips Center's Steinmetz Hall.



Tickets start at $38.50, with a VIP option also available, this exclusive ticket gives access to a V.I.P. Meet & Greet to meet Barry Bostwick himself, have a personal photo opportunity and get an autograph.


$100 VIP Meet & Greet Add-On: 

Special Rocky Horror VIP Laminate 

Get a photo taken with Barry Bostwick with your own camera 

Bring your own personal item to autograph, or pick out a photo of Barry's collection to get signed 



Do the Time Warp in Orlando with 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' star Barry Bostwick

The original film premiered in 1975, and follows the two iconic characters as they go on a road trip after getting engaged and get stranded at Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s mansion.


After its release, the film quickly gained a cult following as people began interacting with the movie, bringing props and dressing up as different characters, which eventually morphed into full on live shadow cast performances. It’s a fantastically bizarre party with motifs of 70s glam rock and gender expression.


Are you excited for this special screening? Let us know in the comments below.


For the latest news from Orlando, and throughout Central Florida, follow Gotta Go Orlando on X, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.


Never miss any Orlando news! Sign up for the Gotta Go Orlando Newsletter.


Got a story to tell? Contact us here. To advertise with us, click here, and to list your upcoming event with us, submit it here.




Comments


bottom of page