Geekenders Present 'The Rocky Horror Show' by Richard O'Brien

Saturday, October 29 at 8pm PDT

On June 16, 1973, director Jim Sharman debuted a musical that would warp time, space, and sweet transvestites for ever... THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW. Written for the stage by Richard O'Brien (who would later play Riff Raff in the sensational cult-movie adapatation, THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW), the original live stage version of THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW is getting the Geekenders' treatment at the Rio Theatre on Thursday, October 27 - Saturday, October 29.

As always, audience participation is encouraged - feel free to dress in costume and yes, prop bags will be available for purchase in the lobby. This deliberately kitschy, rock 'n' roll, gothic sci-fi parody will be more fun than you've ever seen it when it's performed live, on stage, by Vancouver's favourite nerdlesque troupe.

Doors open an hour before show

Tickets $20 in advance / $25 at the door


Frank - Seth Little
Janet - Patrice Bowler
Brad - Tyler Richardson
Riff Raff - Graeme Thompson
Magenta - Kyrst Hogan
Columbia - Erin Walker
Rocky - Zac Beardsley
Eddie/Dr. Scott - Ross Foster
Narrator - Doug Thoms
Usherette - Cass King
Phantoms - Lauren Trotzuk, Jesse Alvarez, Lucia Forward, Stephen Blakley, Lisa Ricketts, Levi Schneider

Director/Choreography - Fairlith Harvey
Assistant Choreographer - Taegan Mohle
Music/Vocal Director - Patrick Courtin
Costume Design - Shayan Naziripour
Lighting Design - Ciara O'Donnell
Stage Manager - Arity Dickerson-Monk
ASM - Taegan Mohle

'The Rocky Horror Show' is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc.

The Glove

Sunday, November 27 at 6:35pm PST

Vancouver film maker and animator Gord Stanfield premieres his third filmed feature film, The GLOVE.

The GLOVE 2016. 90 mins - Brian’s search for his missing Grandfather turns into a supernatural event for his Grandmother.

The film was shot in the lower mainland this summer and stars Kerry James of ‘Heartland’ (TV series)Braleigh James of ‘Sinsters’ (Feature), Dayleigh Nelson, Sue Sparlin and Aiden Cumming Teicher winner of the 2016 Young Entertainers Award (Best young actor under age 10 - Short Film) and Aiden Cumming Teicher winner of the 2015 Young Performers’ Award under age 10.

Brian starts his summer vacation by setting out to find his missing Grandfather. Brian quickly finds his Grandfather Captain Swan in a small river town plotting his next overseas voyage. At first Brian is ignored by Swan, but Brian’s persistence results in Swan and his crew telling Brian secrets they have carried with them for hundreds and even thousands of years. While Swan awaits his next cargo to ship out, Brian figures out how Swan was cheated out of a parcel of land... but not before his Grandmother gets a second chance meeting with the immortal captain Swan.

Doors 6:00 pm | Movie 6:35 pm

Tickets $12

Minors OK in balcony! Must be 19+ w/ID for bar service.
Groupons and passes not accepted for this screening.

The film will play at 6:35pm � 8:05 followed by autographs with Kerry James and the cast.