Rocky Horror Show, Directed by Tony Nominee Buntrock, Plays Berlin, Vienna, Zurich and More

News   Rocky Horror Show, Directed by Tony Nominee Buntrock, Plays Berlin, Vienna, Zurich and More A European tour of Richard O'Brien's new production of Rocky Horror Show, directed by Sunday in the Park with George Tony nominee Sam Buntrock, is currently playing Berlin's Admiralspalast Theater through Nov. 23.

The production of the rock musical will then head to Vienna (Museumsquartier Theater, Nov. 27, 2009-Jan. 11, 2009), Zurich (Theater 11, Jan. 13-Feb. 1, 2009), Dusseldorf (Capitol Theater, Feb. 3-March 1, 2009), Munich (Deutsches Theater, March 3-29, 2009) and Frankfurt (Alte Opera, April 8-19, 2009).

The cast includes Rob Morton Fowler as Frank 'N' Furter, Ceri-Lyn Cissone as Janet, Chris Ellis-Stanton as Brad, Stuart Matthew Price as Riff Raff, Maria Franzen as Magenta, Kerry Winter as Columbia, Jack Edwards as Eddie and Andrew Gordon-Watkins as Rocky.

The 1973 cult classic also features scenic design by David Farley and choreography by Matthew Mohr.

The tour is presented by Howard Panter for Rocky Horror Company and Michael Brenner for BB Promotion.

The Rocky Horror Show bowed in London in 1973. It played Broadway's Belasco Theatre from March 10, 1975 through April 5, 1975, with a cast led by Tim Curry, Jamie Donnelly and Meat Loaf. The 1975 film also cast Curry as Frank-N-Furter opposite Susan Sarandon's Janet Weiss and Barry Bostwick's Brad Majors. The recent, Tony-nominated revival at New York's Circle in the Square Theatre boasted a cast that comprised Dick Cavett, Lea DeLaria, Jarrod Emick, Tom Hewitt, Joan Jett, Alice Ripley, Daphne Rubin Vega, Raúl Esparza, Sebastian LaCause and Kevin Cahoon.