Rocky Horror Picture Show starts fifth season at Screenland Crossroads
Contact: Doug Marshall Tel. 816.547.0003 Email: email@example.com
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LATE NIGHT KC TRADITION STARTS NEW SEASON Rocky Horror Picture Show Starts its Fifth Season at the Screenland Crossroads
After a 7 year hiatus from Kansas City, the “Rocky Horror Picture Show “returned in 2008; brought back by promoter/director Doug Marshall and screened monthly at the Screenland Crossroads. Now, “Fishnets and Floorshows” is the only regularly scheduled screening of the “Rocky Horror Picture Show” for nearly 500 miles.
The shadowcast, “Fishnets and Floorshows”, has made a niche for themselves as a late night Kansas City tradition. Selling out on a consistent basis, and drawing audience from as far as Texas and Minnesota. With the new ownership at the Screenland renovating the theater and turning it into the only true Movie Arcade in the country and updating the bar and lobby, the cast is excited to continue the late night tradition alive.
In partnership with the Screenland Crossroads, the cast “Fishnets and Floorshows”, will be present the full “Rocky” experience; shadow cast, floorshow, audience participation, and dressing up is encouraged.
Full information can be found at www.kcrockyhorror.com or www.facebook.com/kcrockyhorror
For more information about this topic or to schedule an interview with Doug Marshall, please call 816/547-0003 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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