25th Anniversary in Vegas Photo Album -- Page Three

It's time to play the music... It's time to light the lights...

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These photos were taken at the convention for the 25th Anniversary of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, in October 2000. Some were taken on my camera (usually by me), a few were taken by Kristin Howe on a couple of disposable cameras, and the rest were taken on Jeff Baker's new digital camera. Page Ten has frames captured from VH-1's coverage of the Con. As always, I suck at remembering names and placing them to faces; so if any captions need to be added or corrected, just email me. (These pages were designed under 1024x768 resolution.)

  • Cosmo's list of other photo pages from the 25th...
  • Unfortunately, I never got a copy of the program, or else matching casts to preshows would be a LOT easier. At least I got to see most of them; I only missed the first (Lip's), because I was in the lobby and didn't realize they'd already started the preshows, and a few near the end (before and after the one I was in).


    This was the first preshow I saw (#2), "Time Warpin'" by Midnight Madness.

     
    On the left are Dr. Scott's Extra Forks from Scotland, doing a sketch about Magenta and Columbia as old friends, many years later ("Bosom Buddies", from Mame) On the right, an Austin Powers pre-show by Charming Underclothes...

     
    Quad leads as Frank and Ron Maxwell leads the Elvi during The New York City Cast's fabulous Preshow In Three Parts...

     
    Left: My personal favorite, the performance that had me laughing and cheering so hard it hurt, was Transvestite Soup's complete retelling of the Rocky Horror story using clips from "Weird Al" Yankovic's polkas...
    Right: Permanent Record Cast (not the people who did that CD) doing "Not So Proud Mary". And there's Fred on the tamborine.


    "Fag Club", a Fight Club parody, by A Jump To The Left

     
    Broadway Bound And Gagged did "It Could Have Happened", asking "What if Richard O'Brien had directed other popular movies?" (I think they meant "written", Sharman directed Rocky). Variations on Being John Malovich, Clue, etc.

      
    A couple of Cats and other wildlife from Sins O' The Flesh's winning Andrew Lloyd Weber preshow.

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