ST. LOUIS — "I would like, if I may, to take you on a strange journey."
Six Flags St. Louis will host its first-ever screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” on Nov. 1. It will also be the largest screening of the cult-classic in Missouri’s history.
The movie will be accompanied by full audience participation and a live performance by Flustered Mustard out of St. Andrews Cinema.
Guests can become apart of the movie by shouting out lines with the cast and throwing props to mock the action on screen, according to a press release.
Prop bags with items to throw will be for sale at the door and will include everything needed for participation.
Flustered Mustard will have various vintage Rocky Horror memorabilia for sale at the screening as well. Proceeds from those sales will be donated to the restoration of the St. Andrews Cinema, which was damaged in a recent fire.
The screening begins at 11:30 p.m. and is free with theme park admission but seating is limited to the first 1,000 people.
Since the movie is R-rated, guests must be 17 or older or attend with a parent or guardian. And make sure you have your ID handy, you’ll need it in order to be admitted.
"Don’t dream it. Be it.”
Click here for more information on the screening.
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