It's time again to TIME WARP, Cheyenne! The Cheyenne Little Theatre is bringing back Rocky Horror Picture Show to the Atlas Theater. If you've not had the opportunity to catch this performance, they call it a shadow-cast of the show. The idea is that they have the film on a projector with audio while local actors act out the scenes. It's really fun if you're a fan of the film.

The performances of the show will be on October 28th and 29th. If you're looking to be one of the shadow-cast members for this show, they're doing auditions at the Mary Godfrey playhouse today and tomorrow(September 12th and 13th).

This is one of the best October events in Cheyenne every year and is a perfect way to celebrate the spooky season. It doesn't appear that tickets are on sale yet for this show, but we'll keep an eye on the show and give an update once we see when and where you can purchase tickets.

I honestly can't believe we're rolling into mid-September this week, that means this show will be happening before we know it. So, we might as well make plans for one of the most fun shows that happens in Cheyenne each year. It's a great time to put dinner and a show on your calendar. Feel free to dress up like your favorite character.

Are you looking forward to the shadow-cast of Rocky Horror Picture Show? Let us know on the app or comment on the post.

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