Rocky Horror diehards -- freaky people dressed in tutus, devil horns, leather, and chains -- filled Respectable Street on Friday night.
I pulled aside her twin sister, Coral, who was also participating in the show, as a partygoer. "We rehearse once a week," she said, "but I've been going to Rocky Horror shows in Broward and Palm Beach since 1994. I went pretty much every week for three years straight. I've seen it probably between 300 to 500 times."
Dressed in a Rancid T-shirt and jeans, Jonathan Cuevas told me: "Had no idea what to expect. I didn't really know the movie; I just came with some friends of mine."
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