Message from Zach (so clever :) ) Hello, all. I know many of you. Oddly, I don't know others. Regardless, I consider you enriched, exciting people with astute minds and well-toned buttocks. In that regard, I don't expect any of you to be fooled by my rhetoric on this post; I'm attempting to solicit money for a cause greater than I.
I respect your free will (and so does Jesus!) and won't even play with the words should, must, or please. However, being that you're generally good and honest people, and look very sexy in that outfit you're wearing right now, I hope you'll at least read what I have to say and make an informed descision before deciding either way.
As some of you may know (you observant bastards, you), I belong to a theater troupe known as the Home of Happiness. We specialize in shadowcasting the Rocky Horror Picture Show in Montclair, NJ. It's raucous and unforgettable in the most perverse kind of way; you should totally join us every Saturday at midnight and writhe in brilliant transvestism. and I have the distinct pleasure of working with some of the most brilliant improvisers and most interesting people the world has to offer. But, that's not what this is about.
For the last year or so, our cast director and troupe leaders have been touring the United States and various global locales, documenting the Rocky Horror subculture, which has survived and thrived for nearly forty years in the form of dedicated audiences, hundreds of different casts, conventions, and pop culture infiltrations. Now, we all need help from viewers like you to finish the deal.
Post production can make or break any artistic endeavor. Ergo, we are looking to properly fund the post production of this grand opus, Rocky Horror Saved My Life: A Fan Documentary, allowing better editing, more promotion, and the amount of care this thing needs. It's like a baby without a digestive system- it's loud, adorable, and if you leave it on its face it dies.
Anything you can spare is absolutely brilliant, and you will be flooded with concubines and honey butter in your next life. Even spreading the word makes your soul glow so much that Owl City feels the need to serenade it badly.
I love you all for reading this far. Keep up your strange habits and never stop blinking!
A documentary on the fans, collectors, and live performers of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."