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The other day when I found out I was going to right a paper on a play it crossed my mind that I wanted to see the Rocky Horror Picture show on Broadway in New York City The Rocky Horror Picture Show was originally a small experimental production in a London theatre From here it took off internationally and eventually turned into a major motion picture I am a huge advocate of Broadway plays and this one seemed very appealing and much different than any other play I had seen considering it is an assembly of the most stereotyped science fiction movies I decided to buy two tickets and asked one of my good friends to accompany me to go see this play The play was probably one of the most interesting and fun events I had attended in a long time The environment actors theme and all other aspects that make up the criteria for a play were spectacular To begin with when I walked into the theater there was a small staircase I had to go down in order to get into the actual room the play was being performed in The staircase made the surroundings appear mysterious like it was leading down into a dungeon or some creepy place At the bottom of the stairs was a plain square room At the end of the room was a set of huge black doors obviously leading into the theater In the theater there were red drapes the color of blood which were hanging all around the room Only small parts of the wall could be seen and they were colored black There was a small stage in the front of the room and all the seats were placed around it in a semi circle similar to the theaters that were used in Greek drama in Greece The room seemed a bit uncanny but thats what made the play appear like it was going
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