Rocky Horror comes to Plainview

June 22, 2012 by  

From Saturday, June 30 to August 25, the Rocky Horror Show will appear at the Cultural Arts Playhouse in Plainview, New York.

As a long-running British stage musical featuring horror comedy, written by Richard O’Brien, the show tells the tale of how a recently-engaged couple get caught in a severe storm and end up going to the home of a scientist who is not only mad, but also a transvestite. This scientist unveils his new invention, a muscled man named Rocky Horror, and hence the comedy begins.
This show was adapted from the film “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” released in 1975. Today, this film has a cult-like following and show will have the audience clutching their sides with laughter one minute and gasping with shock the next.

The Cultural Arts Playhouse Center Inc., founded by Bruce Grossman in 1995, has been named Long Island’s Best Live Theatre in 2007. This is an all year venue and part of Broadway Theatre, with more than 500 productions under its belt. Yearly, over 20,000 visitors attend these adult productions, children’s theater, and theater classes, which have given in excess of 2,000 students the chance to study under the best instructors in New York.

Flyer printing, poster printing, and other printing services may have been used to advertise, promote, and present this extremely funny play. Admission to this show is $18 per person. For more information, please visit the Cultural Arts Playhouse Center website or call the Box Office at 516-694-3330.