Characters are kinky, and you're asked to dress as your favorite: There is Dr. Frank-N-Furter, a scientist who looks killer in a corset; and Janet, a scared girl who proves herself later when she's found in Rocky's birth tank -- with Rocky. Respects refers to her as the "slut" and to Brad, her husband, as the "asshole." You got servant/handyman Riff Raff, a groupie, a sister-lover, the beautiful creation known as Rocky Horror (cheers to the muscular and shirtless), and Meat Loaf. You got Meat Loaf starring as Eddie, the ex-delivery boy.
There is a do-and-don't list on what to bring for your survival kit: Bring a piece of newspaper (one page is fine), a lighter, a small squirt gun (they ask for no Super Soakers; this ain't spring break '94), noisemakers and party blowers (though those are not that loud -- so air horn, maybe?), a bell (car keys can work), and five to six playing cards. You will not be allowed to bring toilet paper. While there, you and your friend must not plan a coup against the bathroom attendants, taking over all their supplies. Do not run inside the bathrooms and steal the rolls, OK? No hot dogs. Silly string, also a no-no. Leave the friggin' food at home: No rice or toast. Sorry, ladies, this could get bad: no tampons. Eh, why would you want to being a tampon anyways if Super Soakers aren't allowed? (They're not that fierce of a weapon dry.) For the unprepared, this time Respectable Street will be selling its own survival kit for $3. No cover.
It's also Transmission Fridays, so classic '80s pop, goth, new wave, and punk tunes will be played after the show until 4 a.m. at Respectable Street (518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach). Call 561-832-9999, or visit respectablestreet.com.
Fri., Oct. 14, 9 p.m., 2011