The Rocky Horror Show Gets a Saucy Broadway Revival London 1973: A new rock-and-roll musical, The Rocky Horror Show, opens in the tiny upstairs theatre at the Royal Court and immediately becomes a runaway hit. The show moves to a converted movie theatre in Chelsea, on to King’s Road Theatre, and wins an Olivier for Best Musical in 1973. Stage productions across the US follow, and by 1975 the film version, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, is released, and though initially a flop, it ...

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