The Rocky Horror Show returns to Marquette's Masonic this October
An interview with director and actor Bobby Glenn Brown
A cult sensation returns to the Marquette area this October with the 2023 production of The Rocky Horror Show.
The story follows Brad and Janet, an innocent couple who visit an old professor and unexpectedly find themselves in danger. Richard O'Brien wrote the story, music, and lyrics, including classic rock and glam favorites like "The Time Warp," "Sweet Transvestite," and "Rose Tint My World." The Marquette Masonic Building is once again hosting performances of this classic homage to sci-fi, horror, and B-films.
Kurt Hauswirth spoke with Bobby Glenn Brown, once again both directing and performing as Dr. Frank-N-Furter:
The Rocky Horror Show will be performed on October 26th, 27th, 28th, and 31st. A midnight show occurs on the 28th for audience members 18 years and older.