ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Six Flags St. Louis plans to host the largest interactive screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show in Missouri. The event will benefit the classic St. Andrews Theatre which was recently damaged by a fire. Free with theme park admission and open to the first 1,000 guests in line.
The movie will be accompanied by full audience participation and a live shadow cast performance by Flustered Mustard out of St. Andrews Cinema. The screening begins at 11:30 PM, it is free with theme park admission and seating is limited to the first 1,000 people. Due to the film’s R-Rating, guests must be 17 or older or attend with a parent or guardian. IDs will be required for admittance.
The longest-running midnight movie of all time is a spoof of Hollywood horror movies and Old Dark House melodramas. Guests can become a part of the movie by shouting out lines with the cast as well as throwing props to mock the action on screen.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Friday, November 1, 2019
The Palace Theatre at Six Flags St. Louis
Doors open at 11:00 pm
Pre-show games at 11:15 pm
Movie starts at 11:30 pm
Come see the largest viewing of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” in Missouri’s history at Six Flags on November 1! #STL Head to our website for more details: https://t.co/3d8S3F61iC pic.twitter.com/CaEOHGTaM9
— Six Flags St. Louis (@SFStLouis) October 24, 2019