If you have not seen the cult classic 1975 film the Rocky Horror Picture Show in a theater with a rowdy group of people, you have not seen Rocky Horror. More than a fun flick, it is an event not to be missed. An opportunity to mix and mingle with fellow revelers and loose yourself is the music, dance moves and silliness. Rocky Horror is Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre special Halloween treat for Miamians that crave to do the time warp, again and again. This free event is part of the Playhouse’s “Rediscover the Miracle” Community Film Series taking place on Saturday, October 26 at midnight.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show has become synonymous with “cult cinema” as the longest continuously running film in the world. For almost 40 years, it has played throughout the country at endless midnight showings, especially around Halloween.

Some might ask, what is the secret of Rocky Horror’s appeal? Perhaps it is the thrill of mingling with kinky kindred spirits, the fun of being part of a performance without having to be on-stage, or maybe it is because it takes you outside the normal humdrum movie experience. Whatever the reason, this freaky Saturday night flick will surely draw many people, so reserve your tickets quickly.

The Actors Playhouse will be screening free movies once a month throughout their entire 2013 – 2014 season with vintage films on Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons.

While the movie screenings are free, you need tickets to attend. You can get your free movie tickets here. Popular films may sell out in advance, so you may want to order early. The films are shown at the Miracle Theatre, 280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida 33134. For reservations, visit www.actorsplayhouse.org. Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre is located at 280 Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. Seating limited to theatre capacity; tickets issued on a first come-first served basis. Films and schedules subject to change without notice.

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Adriana Serna is a bilingual marketing, social media and communications consultant, and owner of Blue Compass Group. A long time Miami resident, she is an arts and culture aficionado, and former Communications Manager for the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce. Follow her on Twitter @CompassB.