Were you that cast in Harvard Square?
Yes, yes we were! We had been there for over 25 years before we moved to the Boston Common in 2012.
Shadowcasting: What is it?
Shadowcasting is the act of performing the
movie in front of a movie being played. So, not only do you have the movie to watch, you have performers interacting in the crowd!
No Outside Alcohol (The theater has a bar!)
No Squirt Guns
No Open Flames
No Touching Performers
*Bags will be checked by security*
Absolutely no throwing ANYTHING at the screen or performers
Audience Participation Bags (Or SH*T BAGS)
These are sold to the audience for 2$ each as you enter the theater. Cash please.
Newspaper: for "There's a Light" to hold above your head just like Janet.
NoiseMaker: for 'Creation Scene' make loud noises and cheer along with the rest of the Transylvanians!
Party Hat: for 'Dinner Scene' Frank sings happy birthday to Rocky, join in!
Toilet paper: Throw it when Dr. Scott crashes through the wall! You'll hear Brad yell "GREAT SCOTT!"
Playing Cards: for "I'm going home" Frank will mimic throwing cards to the line "Cards for sorrow, cards for pain" Throw your playing cards into the audience!
This is an R rated movie because: partial nudity, foul language and violence. This is an 18+ event unless you are accompanied by a guardian. IDs are checked.
This is an interactive experience. We treat this like a high class strip club. We can touch you, you can't touch us. If you wish to not take part in the policy, please inform a member of security.
Be aware: items will be thrown around during the movie, this includes cards and toilet paper.
Call back lines (audience participation lines) are a staple to the Rocky Horror experience. There will be yelling, cursing, and talking during the movie. If this is not your cup of tea, you have been warned beforehand.
*Important* Please be advised: Strobe and flashing lights are utilized throughout the movie.
We are a volunteer, non-profit organization that is always hiring! If you interested in joining, be advised: this is a weekly commitment, the general expectation is that you are here every week. Availability issues can be discussed.
If you want to be on cast, you first need to be on crew.
We have some costumes donated to community use. Performers are generally required to have their own costumes. We also do not supply make-up.
We expect you to have a decent understanding of stage and blocking. Come prepared!
Lastly, auditions are arranged separately.