Peninsula Arts Appreciation Council starts work on ‘Rocky Horror Show’

Halloween is just under two months away, but the Peninsula Arts Appreciation Council has started work on its annual Halloween show.
The PAAC has produced a version of “the Rocky Horror Show” 14 of the last 15 years, but will be taking a break from putting on the show after this year. Now that auditions are over, the producers of the musical  are making sure the last show will be one to remember.
Lee LaForge, co-Director of the musical said, “It’s gonna be a different production than normal. We are actually taking it back to the original script, so there will be some changes in the script that people aren’t used to. We are also moving it back to the retros 50’s, so it’s gonna be more of a fifties-style show…costuming, hair, which hasn’t been the usual.”
LaForge went on to say they weren’t looking for anything specific in auditions, only to be “dazzled”. 
Find out who made the cast — at the regularly scheduled shows the last two weekends in October.
There will also be the ‘always popular’ midnight shows October 24th and Halloween night. 

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