Through the use of double-entendre, humour, references to sentiments expressed in the original (not the exact script for copyright reasons), and costume changes between the four or five characters (depending on your budget) on stage, the show presents the rest of the material in a light hearted way, ever responsive to feedback from the audience.
The show culminates in a re-working of Time Warp. Throughout our time on stage we positively encourage the audience to sing along, dance, and generally join in. More often than not there are many guests who arrive in costume. With our main aim being to entertain our audiences, we are the first to realise that some people have never heard of Rocky beyond Time Warp and Sweet Transvestite. Also, that some attending are ardent fans of the film and the stage show. We do recommend the inclusion of some Rock n Roll Classics (Johnny B Goode, Great Balls of Fire, I Love Rock n Roll) to help make any evening inclusive.
Although the show works as a tribute to Rocky Horror in its own right, it can be booked with any of the other tributes shows I have devised, currently perform in and manage. Adding me as Meet Loaf does of course add an extra dimension (Meat played both Dr Scott and Eddie in both the film and stage productions). If I open the show with one or two Meat Loaf songs, it helps to warm the audience up. Furthermore, for a small additional charge (POA less than the cost of hiring an independent performer from elsewhere) an extra Meet Loaf set can simply be added on to extend the evening’s entertainment.