DANBURY, Conn. -- Do the Time Warp on Saturday, Oct. 26 when the Palace Danbury hosts an audience participation screening of the 1975 cult favorite film, "Rocky Horror Picture Show."
Attendees are invited to dress up as their favorite character at the 9 p.m. showing of the film.
Originally a flop on its initial release, it found new life at midnight screenings across the country and has become a Halloween staple ever since. Audience members dress up as the characters in the film, shout out responses to lines and interact with the action on screen.
The film tells the strange story of a recently engaged couple who wind up at a castle on a stormy night where they are soon swept into the bizarre world of Dr. Frank N. Furter.
The theater has requested those attending who know the "traditions" of "Rocky Horror" not to bring rice, hot dogs or open flames in "respect" to the venue.
Tickets are $15 for the film and $20 to also receive a "prop pack."
"Rocky Horror Picture Show" is rated R.
The Palace Danbury is located at 165 Main St. in Danbury.