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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2010 - Contents and Features. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 24, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/24018/show/23762.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2010 - Contents and Features. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/24018/show/23762

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Transcript Theatre students make lasting impression with 'Rocky Horror' musical by DARLENE CAMPOS ^HAT DO YOU GET WHEN YOU CROSS A transvestite with an alien? Ask anyone from UH's School of Theatre and Dance and they'll say a worldwide cult classic that can stand the test of time. Richard O'Brien's 1974 theatrical production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show has remained a sensation among audiences for the span of nearly four decades. The School and Theatre and Dance's production of the musical, which ran from Oct. 23 through Nov. 1, was no exception. The incandesce of red lipstick, black stiletto heels, vivacious movements and gripping fishnet stockings made opening night of the School of Theatre and Dance's Rocky Horror Show an unforgettable one. The performance exuded absolute raunchiness, from punk rock music and dialogue drenched in sexual innuendo to a stage graced by men in drag and sultry females. Directed by Paul Hope, the production marks the school's first full-scale musical in 20 years. Set in Transsexual, Transylvania, the play follows newly-engaged, all-American couple Brad (Kelly Burnett) and Janet (Jacklyn Collier) as they stumble upon the castle of transvestite and mad scientist Frank N. Furter (Bobby Labartino) and a slew of eccentric and overly erotic characters Alter One night With i iani\ in. i ui ici, uic uuu|jic ui cai\o 11 ui 11 u ion repressed sexuality and absorb the antics of the castle's outlandish residents. The performance remained true to its 1974 counter invited an onslaught of audience participation. Audience members dressed in costume, yelled out comments and lines of dialogue and danced to the "Time Warp" along with the performers. 'Rocky Kits' that contained water guns, newspapers, noisemakers, party hats, bells, and playing cards — all props connected to certain scenes and songs during the show — were available to patrons of the UH Wortham Theatre. Stated best in O'Brien's words, Rocky Horror is the most tantalizing way to 'give yourself over to absolute pleasure'. And the cast of UH School of Theatre and Dance's Rocky Horrow Show definitely delivered. ~ (Right, middle! MFA student Bobby Labartino plays mad scientist and transvestite Frank N. Furter. light, bottom) Ail-American cou Burnett) and Janet (Jacklyn Collier) find themselves transformed in Transssexual, Translyvania. I Photos courtesy of UH School of Theatre & Dance Never have I seen a busier, bustier, buttier, and better cast ensemble... UH has got a huge hit on its hands, considering the amazing student talent (as fine as any professional) that graces the Wortham Theatres stage. — BuzzBell, Arts Blogger for Houston Chronicle Commons % .'■ 12 ■ Features