Denton High Drama Club public facebook page
DHDC cast facebook page
DHDC Founder and Producer Kevin Kilbry aka Capitan Dasterdly
DHDC Director Michael Baribeau aka Sweet Pea
DHDC Favorite Videos
RHPS Shadowcast Map
RHPS Shadowcast Map (alternative link)
RHPS Shadowcast map Instructions (Google My Maps by Luna May 06/13/17)
List of All Rocky Horror Cast Names
The Rocky Horror Picture Show Wiki
Say It! 1975 Audience Participation Audio
(the video automatically starts playing 45 seconds into the video so reset video to very beginning to catch emcee by Sal Piro
Sal Piro also at Rockypedia link here.
Rocky Horror Brief Begining History
Producing A Rocky Horror Picture Show Shadow Cast
Rockypedia, The RHPS FAQ] (useful site for shadowcasts)
Columbia's Closet Facebook costume ideas and tips
RHPS Characters including Trixie the usherette
Here’s all the links to all the different character groups
Shadow cast members group-
Riff raff group-
Eddie/ Dr Scott group-
Rockypedia Trivia and Error RHPS
This is how I spent my Sunday... free windows download of the 1985 Commodore 64 The Rocky Horror Show Original T.V. Game!!... it was a challenging but worth the, wait for it, antici...pation if you're interested in the retro games. If you're as big a geek as me here's how I did it. If you know a better option, browser versions, or similar RHPS games let me know! To play on your pc you need the game and a Commodore 64 emulator both available free online. The game is available free at this link...
...automatically downloads the file, to the lower left of the window 'The-Rocky-Horror... .zip' is visible. Click the download and a Windows Explorer window opens, in it's browser window at the top you can see the file name after 'Downloads' so it's in the Downloads directory. Click in the browser window where it says Downloads and you'll see all your downloaded files and the Rocky game should be highlighted. On the far left margin are directory/folder locations so left click the Rocky folder and while holding the click down drag the Rocky game to the top directory 'Desktop' and let go and it will now be on your Desktop.
An online emulator is avaiable at the next link but I have trouble controlling the characters with it...
To download the emulator instead to play the game watch the tutorial...
*NOTE* to open the game the tutorial steps are for the wrong type of file so watch the tutorial but also at least read the instructions with * below, if you're computer savvy you can skip a lot of the instructions below. The tutorial provides the link for the free Commodore 64 emulator which is...
...there may be a delay as the website loads and might even have to back out then go back into page, then scroll down and click the underlined fine print that says 'Alternative download link', it opens a new window and after 15 seconds of ads you'll see the button 'Download Your File' and click it. Using the same method as moving the Rocky game file, move the WinVICE emulator to the Desktop directory so the same as the Rocky game. Then after drag and drop, left click the Desktop to see all the files and folders in that directory including both the Rocky game and the WinVICE emulator. Right click the zipped Rocky game and select 'Extract all', in the new window at the bottom click the button Extract and it will copy an unzipped version of the Rocky game folder, then back in the directory you can then delete the zipped file which will have the same name but end in .zip, then follow the same steps for the WinVICE emulator. Follow the tutorial opening the unzipped WinVICE folder, make a 'roms' folder, in the Rocky game folder right click and drag and drop a copy of the t64 file into roms, in the WinVICE folder double click x64 to open the Commodore emulator window (pc screen may go black a couple times), the menu options at the top of the emulator window click Settings, select 'Joystick settings', change joystick in port 1 & 2 to Keyset A & B, don't advise selecting 'Config Keyset' buttons to change settings.
*Recommend at this point to select Options and click 'Double size' (don't use 'full screen' yet until comfortable). The video tutorial has you select a d64 program but Rocky game only has t64 so select that but when the tutorial tells you to select File then select 'attache disk image' don't because it won't have access to the file and instead select File then 'autostart disk/tape image', Autostart window make sure 'Look in' window has roms folder, 'Files of type' select window drop down and select 'All files', then double click Rocky t64 file. It takes half a minute to start and the emulator screen will scramble and stuff.
Spacebar to end the Jack Alien/Remember Proudly Presents screen. For the next screen 'The Rocky Horror Show +7' for standard game play repeatedly press N (no) to cycle through all the questions/options but if you want the game super easy repeatedly press Y (yes) instead. Spacebar ends 'Enter At Your Own Risk' screen. 'J' key selects Janet, 'B' key selects Brad. A is up, Z down, N left, M right, Spacebar to pick up items, M to stop the end title screen. In options if select 'full screen' will lose menu options so to get out of emulator screen use keyboard Esc or key with windows icon next to alt key, to end full screen after you Esc then in the bottom toolbar you have right click the VICE emulator, 'close window' (computer screen might blink black a couple times), then reopen like before.
Game objective is collect tiles of the DeMedusa machine and put them on the flashing screen on the curtained stage. You can only carry one tile and a key at a time. If you loose your clothes you first have to get them back before you can pick up anything else. You have to assemble the DeMedusa machine before the thermometer temp gets too high.
fwiw above I provided the direct game download link but the page the game is available on is...
...beware there are many ads that look like download options, scroll down to the heading Commodore 64 Version and beneath that is a button that says 'Download 36k' with a UK flag and click it or use this link and download directly...
Also the t64/d64 instruction were at this link...
What game play looks like watch this video