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Posted: Sept. 3, 2012 at 8:30 a.m.
For nine years now, John Manfredi and a team of Detroit-area performers have entertained thousands of fans of all ages with the cult-favorite "The Rocky Horror Show." The musical, ranked eighth in a BBC Radio 2 listener poll of the "Nation's Number One Essential Musicals," tells the story of a young, innocent couple who find themselves at the home of a mad transvestite scientist on a dark and stormy night. Just like the popular film, audience participation is a major part of this production - made all the more fun since the live actors are sometimes within reach of the theatergoers. Hosts Barton Bund and Donald V. Calamia talk with Manfredi - who's retiring Dr. Frank N. Furter's fishnets after this year - and fellow cast members James Bowen, David Regal, Alison Ortwein, Andy Huff (and others who wander in and out of the interview) about what has become a much-loved annual event at Meadow Brook Music Festival, which hits the stage this year on Sept. 7-8.
Encore LIVE! - it's like radio, but over the internet! A production of EncoreMichigan.com. Produced for EncoreMichigan.com by Barton Bund and Tony Caselli. Theme music by the World Famous Love Machine.
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