LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – Several years ago, Lake County Theatre Co. staged the world-famous “The Rocky Horror Show” to sell-out crowds which flocked to Lake County from all over the state.
“Rocky” is a cult classic which draws attendees of all ages and backgrounds and gives them a chance to get “wild and crazy.”
The audience becomes part of the show, complete with their own costumes and dance moves, a very unique theater experience. So what is the problem?
There is no problem, just an opportunity for the community to become even more involved.
LCTC is looking to bring “Rocky” enthusiasts together to begin their involvement early.
This is a call for all individuals who would like to participate in this show on a leadership basis. The company is looking for people who feel they know this show well enough to produce or even direct the production.
Tim Barns, director of the previous production, has offered his expertise as a consultant to anyone who would like to take on the challenges and fun of directing or producing this show.
He feels that there are many folks out there that know this show intimately and would like to be more involved in the next version of it.
The “The Rocky Horror Show” is scheduled for next fall so there is plenty of time to prepare, but not plenty of time to show interest in becoming the director or producer.
If you are intrigued with this opportunity, call 707-355-2272.