A Preview Of Rocky Horror Show

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Rocky Horror opens Thursday, Sept. 15.
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... And stars Don Shelby!
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Inside The Lab.
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The infamous red lips.
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Don Shelby ... in heels?
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Don Shelby slips into his high heels -- a surprise costume change at the end of the show.
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Check out those heels!
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Don Shelby struts his stuff.
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"Hello, I'm Don Shelby."
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Though the entire script is inside Don Shelby's book, he said he memorized everything.
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Don's Rocky Horror book.
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Don Shelby is mostly seen in his "narrator chair," located within the audience.
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Don Shelby said all anchors have to be brilliant actors.
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"Brad" and "Dr. Frank-N-Furter" pose for the camera.
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Molly Callinan And Rebecca Gebhart
Left to right: "Magenta" and a "Phantom"
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Left to right: "Riff-Raff," a "Phantom" and "Janet."
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More "Phantoms!"
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"Eddie" and "Dr. Frank-N-Furter"
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Rehearsing "Eddie."
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Here comes "Eddie."
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Rehearsing the song, "Eddie."
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Rehearsing the song, "Eddie."
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Rehearsing the song, "Eddie."
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Jamecia Bennett as "Eddie."
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Jamecia Bennett as "Eddie."
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The final "bloody" scene from "Eddie."
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Rehearsing "Time Warp."
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Rehearsing "Time Warp."
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Rehearsing "Time Warp."
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Don Shelby's got the moves.
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One Comment

  1. Henawywael says:

    Bravo! I’m trying to get the Tall Man to put it up on the urionmogs TV but I don’t know if he will or not. I have to give Chase similar beat downs when he tries to steal my stuff. You know just because they’re big man cats with harems and stuff doesn’t mean they can steal our toys!Kaze

  2. Daniel says:

    Here’s my review:”Brave Skeezix uegsgrlts to regain his tunnel box from Rocky the interloper. Contains fierce fighting scenes and suspenseful interludes. For anyone who likes an old-fashioned movie where the good guys win at the end. We need more videos like this one! 4 stars!”

  3. Monserrat says:

    Wow, whut a grate moovee! But it loox like yoo may haf to start allcin him Rockie the Tunnel Box Cat! We laffed at yer rumblin, it remindid us of how we try to bop eech uthur!Glad yoo wur abul to chais him outta yoor tunnul!

  4. Antnio says:

    We really liked your movie, Skeezix! Bravo! Those are some swift moves from the both of you.~J&BBut what\’s this about \”running like a gerl?\” What\’s wrong with that? We girls are pettry and spicy and we can hold our ground too.~Bathsheba

  5. Mohamed says:

    No they will not read it and no they did not read the patriot act eeithr that is the problem no one is reading the bill eeithr democrats or republicans. The staffers who are not elected are the only ones reading and writing the bills. They are making friends so when they are done being staffers they can make big bucks working in firms that get benefits from the bills they make. Vote out your senator if they have not read the bills.

  6. Kadir says:

    – Sheldon, well since this was my first show back after a 1-2 year hiatus I found meylsf shooting in Shutter Priority and adjusted my exposure compensation in order to get close to good exposure. I always shoot in RAW format so that also affords me the luxury of being off on my exposure a bit. I just really try to get the exposure as close to perfect as I can in camera knowing if I miss by a little I can adjust for it in post processing. After this show I switched back to shooting in Manual Mode. I had played with AV and TV modes previously but just feel much more confident shooting concerts in full manual now. In manual, once I get a good feel for my exposure settings if I see a burst of light that could possibly blow out my photo, I just stop down my aperture on the fly in order to get the shot then once the burst of light goes away ill adjust back to where I was prior to. I’ll chimp for a shot or two here and there just as a cursory check but I don’t spend much time doing that since time is not on my side while in the pit! hehee.

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