Host Time Warps in New Year 2022 at Circle Cinema’s Rocky Horror Screening – FOX23 News
TULSA, Okla. – Peter Bedgood is a local actor, visual artist, stand-up comedian and jack-of-all-trades from the Tulsa area.
The Circle Cinema and Bedgood date back a few years.
Some of Bedgood’s films have been screened at independent cinema, an art house since 2014.
During the pandemic, Peter Bedgood performed standing up for an outdoor screening of The Yellow Submarine’s Circle Cinema.
“It was like being trapped in a Radiohead music video,” Bedgood said.
Two weeks ago, Circle Cinema approached Bedgood and asked if he could do anecdotes at the New Years event, present the show, and recognize the “Virgins”. The “Virgins” are the first to never have seen the show in their life.
According to Bedgood, the musical has quite a story with Tulsa.
Bedgood said he first saw the Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Tulsa Theater, which was once the Brady Theater, in the late 1980s when he was 15.
“The audience was filled with bikers and transvestites,” Bedgood recalls.
Viewers will receive a bag containing props that will be thrown onto the screen at certain points in the film.
This is the 15th year that Circle Cinema has screened The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
The event starts at 9:30 p.m. with trivia and prizes. Then the movie will start at 10 p.m.
Following the screening of Rocky Horror on December 31, the Circle Cinema will celebrate by counting until the New Year.
And if you miss it on New Years Eve, you can attend another visualization next year, the next day, January 1.
“Everyone should go see him. It’s like Mount Rushmore, you should be compelled to see it at least once in your life. There is nothing like it, ”Bedgood said.
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