“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.