The Rocky Horror Picture Show has become a Halloween tradition. This year there are more choices than ever to give yourself over to sins of the flesh. From October 19th to 22nd, the Creative Alliance (3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore shows the film in their “Interactive Movie Night.” They will screen the film, sing the songs, and show off their favorite raunchy Rocky Horror performers. Hosted by Betty O’ Hellno, tickets are $15. Visit

From October 26th to 31st, at 8pm, Iron Crow Theater, Baltimore’s Queer theater troupe, will present “Rocky Horror– The Live Musical” at the Motor House (120 West North Avenue, Baltimore). The shows are complete with call-outs and cascading toilet paper. This is Iron Crow’s yearly fundraiser. All proceeds go to Moveable Feast and to theatre’s sustainability fund. The show, with its explicit themes, may not be suitable for patrons under 18. Gothic Groupie tickets are $45, or $55 for VIP tickets that include an audience participation kit. Get tickets at

On October 27th and 28th at 8 pm, Earlorrin Productions presents “Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror,” the first all African-American shadow cast ensemble Rocky Horror. It’s at the Baltimore City Community College Liberty Campus Fine Arts Theater (2901 Liberty Heights Avenue, Baltimore). Crowd engagement welcome. Proceeds will support a scholarship fund for BCCC students. Tickets are two for $25, one for $15, and $10 for students, and are available at Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror on Eventbrite. Inquire about group rates at Be 18 or older to attend. Learn more at

On October 28th to 30th, from 8 pm to 2 am, the Blue Pit and Whiskey Bar (1601 Union Avenue, Baltimore), will host “Rocky Horror at Blue Pit.” There’s a costume contest at midnight. Drinks proceeds will help raise funds for YES (Youth Empowered Society). For more info, see the Facebook event Rocky Horror at Blue Pit.

The Nest at the Baltimore Eagle (2022 North Charles Street, Baltimore) throws a “Rocky Horror Burlesque and Dinner Show” Tuesday, October 31st from 6 to 9:30 pm. Dinner starts at 6. The menu includes meatloaf, of course, Tim Curry (chicken curry), Thyme Warp (grilled seasoned veggies), Janet’s Apple Pie, Rocky’s Birthday Cake and more. The shadowcast of your favorite cult classic starts at 7, starring Diamond Taylor as Frank; Danny Carbo as Rocky; Alex Bengel as Asshole; Siren Davis as Slut; Dutchess Lenore as Magenta; Jonathan Lightner as Riff Raff; Tapitha Kix as Columbia; Tommy Gunn as Eddie / Dr. Scott; Dirk Hamfist as the Narrator; and Schmutzie Blondine and Ruby Darling as the Phantoms. Prop bags will be available for sale on site. Tickets are $45 for dinner and the show, or $25 for the show only, and are available at