RIGHT: "Science Fiction Double Feature" -- The Usherettes (Joan Jett on right; Jett joined in on the second verse) walk through the movie theater seats (which flipped into the floor after "Dammit Janet") and are accompanied by Phantoms sitting in the seats (along with four mannequins). When the curtains open, Brad and Janet are on the screen, until each (Janet first) steps off-screen and onto the stage (when the character on screen walks off the edge, the actor on stage steps out from behind the screen). The Phantoms are the "audience" for the movie, singing along and offering some callbacks. (The projector in the Crim's nook is the one that's "projecting" the movie of the events that he's narrating.)
RIGHT: The beginning of "The Time Warp".
There's a big gap here, the pictures I took of Rocky's (Sebastian LaCause) "The Sword of Damocles", Eddie's (Lea Delaria) "Hot Patootie", and a couple of other shots didn't come out as more than lots of multicolored streaks. I liked the birth of Rocky, but didn't think much of Lea's performance as Eddie (she did a better job as Dr. Scott, which she played as Doctor Strangelove -- not a bad performance, but the Strangelove idea has probably been done by several dozen shadowcast Dr. Scotts over the years).
The bedroom scenes were done behind backlit sheets -- much the same way that many Rocky Horror Picture Show shadowcasts do it -- and were pretty good... "Touch-A-Touch-A-Touch Me" was done with Janet and Rocky covering most of the performance area (as well as the often-utilized Phantoms); Magenta and Columbia (Joan Jett) were hanging from the grid in front of the band to watch them. At the end of the number, just before the lights go black, Janet rips off her bra... Some say it was gratuitous and unneccessary, others point out that you have to go farther to try to be shocking/surprising with Rocky these days. I don't have strong feelings either way; I almost blinked and missed it.
They did something very interesting for "Once in a While" ("They managed to make it interesting," in the words of my castmate Kate) -- the had Phantoms dressed as Janet circling Brad and accompanying him for the first half of the song... Then the Phantoms pulled off the dresses and blonde wigs and were all Frank 'N' Furters underneath. They spent the rest of the song seducing him, inserting lines from "I Can Make You a Man" between his lines.
RIGHT: "I'm Going Home" -- Brad, Janet, and Scott on the left, Rocky and Columbia on the right, Frank singing in the foreground, and behind him are Riff Raff and Magenta in some funky shiny glowy spacesuits.