Its just a jump to the left… and a step to the right!
Here’s another gem that I could not pass up sharing with everyone.
If you like Science Fiction, Cinema, and Music, then you have to know of The Rocky Horror Show. This beloved cult classic musical seems to have interactive screenings all over the world and is touted as the long-running British horror comedy stage musical.
Made into a film in 1975, the film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, the film itself has a worldwide cult following and has the longest running release in film history.
I’m going to assume you know what I’m talking about. If you don’t, do yourself a favour, and go watch it! Then come back and keep reading.
The original Rocky Horror Show began as an experimental rock musical developed in early 1973 by actor-composer, Richard O’Brien with director, Jim Sharman. Richard O’Brien wanted to combine elements of the unintentional humour of B movies and portentous dialogue of schlock horror. O’Brien took a small amount of the unfinished play to Sharman who decided to produce it at the small experimental space at the Royal Court. And the rest is history, except to say, a large number of my Australian countrymen were involved in getting this project off the ground! Ozzie Ozzie Ozzie!
So today I woke up to this gem. So for your consideration, Richard O’Brien singing the most famous track from The Rocky Horror Show an impromptu rendition of “The Time Warp” by the the man himself, Richard O’Brien.
Richard O’Brien is the voice behind Phineas & Ferb’s dad, on the hit show Phineas & Ferb for the Disney channel!
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