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Rocky Horror Show: News & Observer

Raleigh Little Theatre review
The News & Observer
Roy C. Dicks
August 21, 2012

If you are among the legion of “Rocky Horror Picture Show” fans, you’ll need no encouragement to see Raleigh Little Theatre’s stage version of the 1975 film, “The Rocky Horror Show,” The production’s outrageous cast, smoking-hot band and kooky visuals should please any devotee.

If you are a “Rocky Horror” virgin, however, you’ll need some information before deciding to attend. Richard O’Brien’s flamboyant spoof of science fiction and horror films is nearly 40 years old, but it still can shock with its risqué parody. If song titles such as “Sweet Transvestite” and “Touch-A Touch-A Touch Me” don’t give you pause, then read on.

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