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“I’ve only seen the mu­si­cal a hand­ful of times in my en­tire life. I am so used to the movie ver­sion. I watched the mu­si­cal on tele­vi­sion and kind of hated it, but I like this be­cause its gen­der-bend­ing and Frank ‘N’ Furter is a wo­man.”

them to look for­ward to hear­ing from me and not be ner­vous that I am go­ing to mess up some­thing.”

He cre­ated Bidet in 2012 when he per­formed as part of Mary’s drag shows, and kept go­ing with it. He per­forms all over town now at var­i­ous clubs. Be­ing per­sis­tent and con­sis- tent has al­lowed him to be able to do so.

“Once I got more pol­ished, there was more space for me, and the lo­cal queens here have been sup­port­ive of me,” Rack­cliffe said. “I think ev­ery­one just wants to be en­ter­tained and if you give them that peo­ple will be ex­cited.” “The Rocky Hor­ror Show” Oct. 19 – Nov. 5 Out Front The­atre Com­pany 999 Brady Ave., At­lanta, GA 30318 www.out­frontthe­atre­com­pany.com

The per­former has a back­ground in con­tem­po­rary dance and works with Core Dance. Hav­ing that pro­fes­sional ex­pe­ri­ence and dis­ci­pline as an artist has helped carry him into his drag.

This ver­sion of “The Rocky Hor­ror Show” prom­ises plenty of au­di­ence par­tic­i­pa­tion but is noted as well for hav­ing a fe­male lead. Kiana Reese plays Frank ‘N’ Furter here.

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