The Rocky Horror Show
Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show
“Let’s do the Time Warp Again!” In this cult classic, sweethearts Brad and Janet, stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank N. Furter and his household of unforgettable characters. A must-see for “virgins” and fans alike!
Listen to Justin Wayne Lynn's fun and informative interview with the cast members in this BCB podcast!
By Richard O’Brien
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French
DIRECTION & CHOREOGRAPHY by Joanna Hardie
Joanna is always excited to return to BPA, where she has had the great pleasure of directing the hit runs of Xanadu, A Christmas Story, The Little Mermaid, and The Drowsy Chaperone. Her choreography has also been seen at BPA in Little Shop of Horrors, Shrek, The Full Monty, Chicago, The Rocky Horror Show, and A Chorus Line. Joanna’s work has also been seen at ReAct Theatre, Seattle Musical Theatre, Café Nordo, and Second Story Repertory. During the day, Joanna is the Data Operations Manager at the Seattle Rep. She would like to thank the whole BPA family for making this theatre such a magical place to make art.
Musical Direction by Will Sanders
Will is very excited to be a part of Bainbridge Performing Arts' production of The Rocky Horror Show. Will has served as music director, rehearsal accompanist, and/or pit keyboardist for several theaters in the surrounding area including BPA, inD Theatre, Ovation Performing Arts Northwest, Seattle Musical Theatre, and SecondStory Repertory. He has nearly 15 years of experience as a collaborative pianist and revels in every opportunity he gets to make music with others. Previous BPA credits include Mamma Mia, Xanadu, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Big Fish, and A Christmas Story. Prior to moving to Seattle, he lived in upstate New York where he graduated from Binghamton University with a degree in computer science (and a minor in theater!) and works as a software developer in Seattle.
Assistant Choreography by Alex Ung
Alex Ung, born and raised in Iowa, got his start teaching dance with the ISU Dub H Dance Club and working with several high school dance teams. For several years he served as the lead hip hop instructor at Bainbridge Ballet, as well as the head coach of the dance team, winning several top overall awards for his choreography. He has also been involved with projects such as A Chorus Line, Elf, and Xanadu at Bainbridge Performing Arts, Seussical the Musical at Seattle Children’s Musical Theater, The M.A.P. of the Snow Leopard with Director Steven Fogell, the Snow Leopard Trust Fund in conjunction with the Woodland Park Zoo, and several other smaller independent works. He also served as assistant director, production manager, and performer with Olympic Performance Group. He currently teaches at several different venues in Seattle including PNB Bellevue and Seattle Children’s Theatre. He formed The Guild, a collaborative dance company in 2018. Visit online at www.theguilddance.com.
FRANK N. FURTER - Adam Minton
JANET - Mikaela Karter
BRAD - Brandon Weglin
MAGENTA - Ellen Dessler Smith
RIFF RAFF - David Hardie
ROCKY - Joey Chapman
COLUMBIA - Gabrielle Mehlman
EDDIE / DR. SCOTT - Rachel Brinn
NARRATOR - Andrea Ogg
PHANTOMS - Matthew Manguso, Alex Sanso, Philippa Myler, Laura Sposato, E Cady
The Maggi Rogers Fund
KCTS 9 – Public Television
Adults - $29.00 USD
Discounted - $24.00 USD
First Saturday "Teen" Tickets: $5 per youth
October 11 – 27, 2019