Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show

Shayne Gryn & MainLine Theatre

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Worlds collide in Richard O'Brien's musical-theatre masterpiece as camp sic-fi meets sexual exploration, glam-rock, and sensual daydreams to treasure forever.

Le camp scifi rencontre l'exploitation sexuelle, le rock Glam et de suaves rêveries à se souvenir pour toujours.

Directed by Philippe Gobeille
Musically Directed by Shayne Gryn
Choreographed by Geneviève Lauzon, Amy Blackmore, Patrick Lloyd Brennan

Cast:
Shane Adamczak
Antonio Bavaro
Dan Derkson
Alexia Gourd
Gerard Harris
Tadzeo Horner Chbib
Paul Kininmonth
Shannon McNally
Stevie Pemberton
Kenny Stein

Phantoms:
Vladimir Alexis
Myriam Côté
Hannah Eichenwald
Julie Goldenberg
Geneviève Lauzon
Ken Antonio Rillo

Band:
Alana Cosgrove
Shayne Gryn
Kevin Moquin
Katie Paradis
Daniel Ouimet
Sebastian Rooney

Stage Manager: Beata Groves
Technical Director: Caspian Kilkelly
Lighting Design: Cara Cara De Grandpré
Costume Design: Andréane Lamontagn
Production Manager: Shannon McNally

Produced by Shayne Gryn and Mainline Theatre

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Wednesday 17 October 2012 / 20:00
  • Thursday 18 October 2012 / 20:00
  • Friday 19 October 2012 / 20:00
  • Saturday 20 October 2012 / 20:00
  • Saturday 20 October 2012 / 23:00

Pour âges / For ages 18+
Pas de retardataires / No latecomers

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