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Rocky Horror Picture Show Playing in the HUB Tonight

For all you science fiction and horror fans out there, The Rocky Horror Picture Show will be playing in Alumni Hall in the HUB tonight at 9 p.m. It’s the perfect way to celebrate Halloween in a more laid back way than repeating last weekend’s festivities and foreshadowing for this weekend.

Although it’s just the movie and not the play, props such as noisemakers, confetti, and glow sticks will be given out to make the show more interactive.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show is based off of the 1975 film stageplay The Rocky Horror Show, and it has the longest-running theatrical release in film history.

The show is for Penn State students only and is free with your ID. No bags will be allowed except for small purses, which will be checked.

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Bailey Siegel

Bailey is a Public Relations major and Psychology and Sociology minor from right outside Washington D.C. with a passion for Penn State Football and good music.

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