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Book, Music and Lyrics by Richard O’Brien

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October 13 – October 29

8 PM Thursdays-Saturdays
Additional performances 8 PM Wednesday, October 26 and 2 PM Saturday, October 29.

The cult classic is back! After a flat tire has them stuck in a storm, sweethearts Brad and Janet come upon the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter. Once inside, a houseful of colorful characters take the couple on a bizarre journey they will never forget. This raucous musical is an over-the-top tribute to mid-20th century science fiction and horror B-movies.

This production is intended for MATURE AUDIENCES.

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Dr. Frank ‘N’ Furter – Michael Juncal
Janet Weiss – Heather Matthews
Brad Majors – Kevin O’Brien
Riff Raff – Corey Fraine
Magenta – Maria Bartolotta
Columbia – Sara Rae Womack
Rocky Horror – Luke Steingruby
Eddie/Dr. Everett Scott – Mike Wells
The Narrator – Gerry Love

Phantoms / Transylvanians
Angela Bubash
Ted Drury
Stephen Henley
Tim Kaniecki
Sarah Polizzi
Dawn Schmid

Directed by Justin Been
Music Direction by Chris Petersen


Tower Grove Abbey
2336 Tennessee Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63104-1434


The best way to purchase tickets and ensure availability is to purchase tickets online by using the link above or on the Tickets page. You may order tickets through the Box Office by calling (314) 865-1995.

All tickets are non-refundable. Individual tickets are not exchangeable.  Any tickets that are not picked up by ten (10) minutes prior to curtain will be released to waiting customers.

Subscribers may exchange tickets up to 48 hours in advance of a performance.
Missed subscriptions that are not addressed within 24 hours will not be able to be exchanged.

Box Office/Will Call opens 1 hour prior to performance. House opens half-hour prior to curtain.  Tower Grove Abbey is a “general seating” theatre.

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KDHX Review: “Yentl” at New Jewish Theatre

The ensemble is strong as well, with each of the supporting actors playing multiple roles featuring Terry Meddows, Jennifer Theby-Quinn, Peggy Billo, Amy Loui, Will Bonfiglio, Brendan Ochs, Luke Steingruby, and Jack Zanger. The actors add considerable depth and texture to the story and songs. Meddows is sympathetic as Yentl’s father, Theby-Quinn charms as Avigdor’s alternate to Hadass. Loui, Billo, Bonfiglio, Ochs, and Zanger successfully fill in missing exposition and add color and depth to the musical chorus, while Steingruby impresses, contrasting Gabrielle’s earthy voice with a number of small, piercingly pure solos.

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