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The Rocky Horror Show

By Clear Creek Community Theatre (other events)

6 Dates Through Oct 03, 2021
 
ABOUT ABOUT

The Rocky Horror Show.  Opening September 24th at The Bayou Theater, CCCT's production of this cult classic, innocent sweethearts Brad and Janet, stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet encounter a castle full of wild characters, from the creepy butler to the tap-dancing house girl to the rocking biker and to Frank’s latest creation: a muscular man named Rocky. Complete with sass from the audience, this kitschy campy rock-n-roll sci-fi gothic musical is a great start to the Halloween season. Come in costume if you like! The Rocky Horror Show's Book, Music and Lyrics were written by Richard O’Brien.

The Rocky Horror Show has become a beloved cult classic - both on the stage and the film adaptation.  For those of you unfamiliar with the themes, this is an adult comedy with mature scenes exploring love, madness, sexuality, and sexual identity.  The script contains some coarse language.

Location and Parking

The Bayou Theater is located at University of Houston-Clear Lake, in the Bayou Building, Atrium I, Level 2. Enter the Bayou Building through the main doors located at the front (Spiritus Mundi sculpture) or the back (Patio Cafe). Proceed down the hall and you will see the Atrium I garden. You can take the stairs in the atrium or the elevators to Level 2. The box office and theater entrance is located at the top of the stairs. 

Parking is free in the Student Lot D starting one hour before the show. Parking is not permitted in employee lots or in reserved spaces. All employee parking lots are enforced 24/7. At all other times, visitors will need to park in Visitor’s Lot R. Follow event parking signage on campus for directors to Student Lot D.

Restrictions

CCCT is following COVID-19 guidance from the CDC and The University of Houston.  All seats are assigned to accomodate social distancing.  Masks are optional but recommended for those who have not been vaccinated.