Damnit Janet: Sleuth's hosts a fab production of Rocky Horror

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PHOTO BY ADAM MCCABE
  • PHOTO BY ADAM MCCABE

PHOTO BY ADAM MCCABE

8 p.m. and midnight Saturday, 25 | Sleuths Mystery Dinner Theatre, 8267 International Drive | 407-363-1985 | sleuths.com | $20

Grab your rice, hold onto your wieners (so you can throw them at the appropriate time) and let’s do the time warp again! The pop-culture classic takes just a jump to the left onto the Sleuths stage under the direction of Joshua Eads-Brown, taking us all to Transsexual, Transylvania, for one night only. The price of your ticket includes all the props you need to join in on the eclectic show full of sweet transvestites and local talent: A big surprise for Orlando is Eads-Brown returning to direct the science-fiction double feature. Just how does one have the time amidst swarming rumors that Eads-Brown’s absence from social media recently points to his casting on RuPaul’s Drag Race? Not a word has been said as to whether or not we will see Ginger Minj on the boob tube, but “Dammit Janet,” we can hope! – Rock Kelly

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