Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror

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Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror

Never before seen on the Creative Alliance stage!

FRI OCT 7 & SAT OCT 8 | 2 Nights! | 8pm
$35, $32 mbrs. (+$3 service fee)

Never before seen on the Creative Alliance stage, we bring you Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror! 

We are taking it back to 60s’ fashion, dance, and of course, social climate with “The Rocky Horror 60s’ Show”. Dive into a wild night featuring live performances, innovative choreography, and crowd participation, that takes the Rocky Horror shadow cast experience to a whole different dimension.

This racy rendition encourages unity and reminds us all that we have greater enemies as a people. Since 2015, Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror has been a tribute to the queer experience while showcasing and exposing minorities to liberating art forms.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (RHPS) was released on September 25, 1975, with music and characters that feature androgynous themes. EarlOrrin Productions, LLC produced the first all African American live shadow cast production of RHPS. (We hope this is on Wikipedia!)

OCT 7 & 8 | 8pm
TIX: $35, $32 Members. (+ $3 service fee)

  • Come early! Grab a cocktail, a toss pack, game rules, and make sure you get a good seat. Toss Packs ($5) include everything you need to toss/snack on for Rocky Horror.
  • Costumes Encouraged! You can win tickets to performances, cocktails, and more!
  • You are welcome to bring your own supplies for Rocky Horror, BUT please DO NOT THROW FOOD! It's winter time and we don't want any extra little creatures in our theater...

NOTE: If you have never seen The Rocky Horror Picture Show before we recommend checking out the plot line. Alien Transvestites aren't for everyone...

Creative Alliance Rocky Horror w/ Betty O’Hellno and Friends is still happening on Thursday night.

You can also catch the Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror show at Baltimore Center Stage

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Amidst the ongoing effects of COVID-19, we continue to prioritize the health and well-being of our staff, artists, youth, audiences, and our community. 

Masks are strongly recommended and proof of vaccination or negative PCR test (within 48 hours of event) are required to attend an indoor event. Read our full COVID Policy here.

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