Roxy Music Horror Show
Sexy, spooky and downright darling. Roxy Music Horror Show follows the story of two squares who find themselves in a mansion filled with outrageous characters. Along the way, they’ll meet The Doctor, The Transylvanians and everyone’s favorite hottie Roxy.
Reveal your true self, give into your secret desires and get swept up in this fantastical improvised musical that’s all singing, all dancing and all fun. You shout out suggestions. Then we re-imagine this cult classic in song.
When can I see it?
8 pm on Thursday-Friday, March 15th-April 20th. Buy tickets.
What does it cost?
Tickets are $12 online to Thursday shows and $17 online to Friday shows. Tickets are $18 at the door (cash or card). Discounts are available for military, seniors (55+), students, Amazon employees and TPS members with ID. Online sales close at 6 pm on the day of the show. Buy tickets.
Would you like to bring a group? Add 10+ tickets to your cart and use the discount code GROUP to get $10 tickets. Buy tickets.
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This show will contain sexual language and mature themes, but it will all be in good fun. Regardless, we won’t turn anyone away based on their age.
Live Musician – Robert Keene
Choreographer – Jen Nelson
About Jet City Improv Presents
Roxy Music Horror Show is the newest edition to Jet City Improv’s line of improvised plays. Unlike most short-form improv formats that involve improvisers switching from game to game and creating brand new scenes every time, Jet City Improv Presents is an ongoing series of longform improv shows that present one or many stories around one cohesive theme. Improv still lies at the heart of each show, and every story is created based on unique suggestions and input every night. So yes, even though Jet City Improv Presents shows have sets and costumes and some thematic rules, the major role of the audience guarantees that no two performances are ever alike. Jet City Improv’s 26th season is made possible by support from the following: