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Book, Music, & Lyrics by Richard O'Brien
June 27 - July 9


Creator - Richard O'Brien
Co-Directors - Joy Donze (she/her) & Sarah Norris  (she/her)
Music Director/Lead Guitar - Max Morter (he/they)
Choreographer - Sarah Grace Houston (she/her)
Intimacy Choreographer - Laura-Jean Swanson (she/her)
Scenic Designer - Madeleine Guy (she/her)
Costume & Make-up Designer - Krista Grevas (she/her)
Lighting Designer - Scott Monnin (they/he)
Sound Designers - Jan Bentley (they/them) & Andy Evan Cohen (he/him)
Design Supervisor - Ashleigh Poteat (she/they)
Production Stage Manager - Meredith Warren (she/her)
Assistant Stage Manager - Kleo Mitrokostas (she/her)

Keys - Hawkins Gardow (he/him)
Bass - Bill Stokes (
Drums - Nick Gully (

† Represents member of Stage Directors & Choreographers Society

Brad Majors - Sam Balzac* (
Janet Weiss - Jessica Wagner* (she/her)
Dr. Frank 'N' Furter - Stephen Sheffer* (he/him)
Magenta - Hannah-Kathryn Wall (she/her)
Riff Raff - Tyler Spencer (
Columbia - Sanchi Pandey (she/her)
Rocky - Teddy Best (
Eddie/Dr. Everett Scott - Dylan Holt (
The Narrator - Leslie Dame (she/her)
Trixie/Phantom - Katelyn Ortiz (she/her)
Phantom - Matthew Cubillos (
Phantom - Laura Farrell (she/her)
Phantom - Josh Lococo (he/him)

* Represents member of Actors' Equity Association


In this cult classic, sweethearts Brad and Janet, stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker and a creepy butler. Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named "Rocky."

The original kitschy rock 'n' roll sci-fi gothic musical is more fun than ever!

"A musical that deals with mutating identity and time warps becomes one of the most mutated, time-warped phenomena in show business."
– The New York Times

90 Minutes

Intense Adult Themes

Strong Language

Nudity/Partial Nudity

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Sarah Norris



Joy is an award winning Actor, Director and TA residing in Brooklyn. Her solo show "13 and not Pregnant" has performed in New York, Chicago and Edinburgh Fringe where it was reviewed by the Scotsman, received 5 star reviews, and was awarded BEST COMEDY at United Solo Festival. Recently she Directed “Parentheses- a Queer Love Story” as part of the NY Frigid Festival and it received multiple awards including, Audience Choice, Best 2 hander, and the Queerly Award. As a Director she specializes in female solo work as well as new Musicals written by New York’s most up and coming female comedians. Select Directing credits include: Handmaid's Tale- The Musical Parody (Kennedy Center- DC, The Cutting Room-NY), The Box Owner (Hudson Guild) Threshold (Gibney Dance Center) Year Of the Phoenix, Charlie Brown Christmas (The Secret Theatre) Pieces-The Ashlee Simpson Parody  (The Duplex Club) Joy is thrilled to be back at Pendragon. LGBT proud! @joydonze

Sarah is the Artistic & Community Engagement Producer at Pendragon Theatre. For Pendragon, she has directed Circle Mirror Transformation, H*tler's Tasters, and The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe, and was a part of the ensemble for An Iliad. Select directing credits include: Guild Hall of East Hamptons, Pleasance Theatre (Edinburgh), Greenside Theatre (Edinburgh), Bottom Dog Theatre (Ireland), Adelaide Fringe Festival (Australia), 59E59 Theaters, LAByrinth Theatre, Working Theater, Electric Lodge (LA), Chicago Dramatists, North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, The Flea Theater, Zeiders American Dream Theater, NewYorkRep & New Light Theater Project. @sarahnorris002

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Sarah Grace is a NYC based dancer, actor, and choreographer. Born and raised in Dallas, TX she trained extensively in classical ballet but always held a secret love for story telling and musical theater. She pursued her love for both dance and math with the Fordham University and Alvin Ailey BFA Program, during which she had the pleasure of dancing with and learning from some of the world’s most brilliant choreographers. Sarah Grace is thrilled to be returning for her second season choreographing for Pendragon Theater, after a fantastic run of last year’s “25th Annual…Spelling Bee“. When not dancing around NYC, you can catch Sarah Grace swinging swords as Maid Marian at the New York Renaissance Faire! @pointehasane

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Music Director

Max is a recent graduate of Western Carolina University’s Musical Theatre program. In their home state of Oregon, they worked extensively in community theatre projects ranging from A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Puck) to Catch Me If You Can (Frank Abagnale, Jr.). Their professional work includes the outdoor drama Unto These Hills (Dancer, Lewis Cass) and All Shook Up (Chad). Last summer, they played Chip Tolentino in Pendragon’s The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Dave in THE WOODS. @Max_Morter

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