Oh, what a drag!

. October 1, 2013.
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Men, women and all  sweet transvestites are welcome to the ultimate midnight movie The Rocky Horror Picture Show. This cult classic tells the weird and musical tale of Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet’s (Susan Sarandon) fateful night in the house of the lingerie-clad Dr. Frank N. Furter (Tim Curry) and his kooky minions. As part of the film’s tradition, viewers are encouraged to dress up, shout and sing along, and bring props (sans the messy ones, e.g. rice, water guns, etc. (Dammit, Janet!))

Friday, October 25 & Saturday, October 26. $7. Midnight. State Theater, 233 S. State St. 734-761-3531. michtheater.org/state

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