Hollywood in Vine 10.23.20
HOLLYWOOD IN VINE
Rocky Horror Picture Show amongst the vines at Slate Mill Wine Collective
Friday, October 23, 2020
Gate: 7:00pm / Showtime: 8:00pm
The innocent Brad and Janet get caught up in a whirlwind of edgy decadence and will never be the same. The same goes for anyone watching The Rocky Horror Picture Show, whether for the first time or for the 400th time; the atmosphere and antics will make it memorable regardless!
We encourage costumes (though no nudity is allowed). This will be an interactive experience: a host of themed props will be supplied and should be taken out and thrown at the appropriate cues.
THE NITTY GRITTY:
This is an outdoor event, so guests need to bring your own seating/chairs/blankets, and sense of humor! This is also a 21+ year old event due to the nature of the film and alcohol service. No outside alcohol or food is allowed on-site. No pets. The Rocky Horror Picture Show will be shown on a 32' inflatable screen and will stand next to the original historic home on the Slate Mill property.
Gate opens at 7:00pm and The Rocky Horror Picture Show will begin promptly at 8:00pm. The movie is 100 minutes long and a 20 minute intermission will take place to use the restroom, get more wine, stretch those hammies, and vote for the best dressed/costume!
Tickets are sold individually and include: a glass of 1851 Vineyards wine (of your choice), souvenir logo wine glass, theater style snacks, a bag of popcorn, and themed props.
Additional wine, non-alcoholic beverages, and popcorn will be available for purchase!
Experience this historical long-running movie phenomenon with a Slate Mill Wine Collective twist!
If inclement weather ruins this phenomenon, we will reschedule or provide a refund.
ABOUT THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
Originally produced as a musical in London in 1973, Richard O'Brien's THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW tribute to B-movies, sci-fi, 50s rock, and Hammer Horror, debuted as a transgressive and farcical style rock-opera. The play was a giant hit and grabbed the attention of 20th Century Fox, who then fast-tracked a low-budget version that featured the majority of the cast and creative team of the original production, including Tim Curry. Now one of the most beloved and enduring camp classics of all time, ROCKY HORROR is still shown in theaters across the U.S. and has become a cultural phenomenon that is truly an unforgettable and unique experience for all attendees.