Wednesday, February 28, 2024
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A campy horror tradition returns to San Francisco

The Rocky Horror Show has been a queer staple in the City by the Bay for years.

It’s a tradition. Now it’s pivoted.

“The Rocky Horror Show” has played in San Francisco annually for years. From the Ray of Light Theatre Company, the show has starred the fantastic and wonderful D’Arcy Drollinger in the lead role as Dr. Frank-N-Furter.

Drollinger is the owner of the SF Oasis nightclub and has cheated on himself by going to perform this show with ROLT. But now, they are partnering together.

The show, starting October 7 and running through October 31 at SF Oasis, will now be done “club style.” Instead of sitting in traditional theatre seats, VIPs will have cocktail tables and can order COCKTAILS! Those who get general admission tickets will be standing.

The show promises as well not to limit the theatrics on stage, the cast will often come off the stage and interact with guests, adding a fresh new element.

Besides these exciting changes in staging, many of the SF Oasis troupe will be on hand in the show. In addition to Drollinger, Michael Phillis, Snaxx and Trixxie Carr are among the cast members.

Fun and camp are awaiting you. You should get your best mask and vax card (they are required) and get tickets at https://roltxoasisxtherockyhorrorshow.eventbrite.com/

See other exciting shows coming up at sfoasis.com rayoflighttheatre.com.

Kevin M. Thomas

Kevin M. Thomas, or @ReelKev, is an arts blogger and entertainment reporter. In addition to his own website, www.reelkev.com and ReelKev YouTube channel, Kevin used to be the LGBT arts writer for Examiner.com and contributes to progressivepulse.com as well as a semi-regular on San Francisco's cable TV show, "10 Percent."

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