Joseph Hall has been thrilling international audiences and paying tribute to the legacy of Elvis Presley since 2006. He starred on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, and was viewed by more than 90 million people, placing as a Top 10 Finalist with six national appearances. Sharon Osbourne’s comment: “I’ve got shoes older than you, but I’d like to try you on!”
Joseph Hall has performed all over the world, from Las Vegas to Wales, and has won many awards throughout his young career including the “Spirit of Elvis” Award. Joseph has worked with Elvis Presley Enterprises, Legends in Concert, completed six seasons in Branson, MO and has officially been recognized as one of the top Elvis tribute artists in the world today.
“My goal is to capture the essence of Elvis Presley, to pay tribute to him with the utmost respect to his legacy, his music, his image and above all else his fans.” –Joseph Hall
Join us for an evening to remember!
Join Dustin Pari, renowned Ghost Hunter, on October 15 for a lecture & ghost investigation in the historic (and haunted) Jayhawk Theatre!
Pari may be best known as a paranormal researcher and lecturer due to his numerous television appearances on Ghost Hunters, Ghost Hunters International, and Destination Truth. His unparalleled work ethic along with his dedication to educate, entertain, and inspire has solidified him as a highly respected source in the paranormal field. Dustin can be found making national guest appearances at paranormal events throughout the year, and sharing his wisdom at top-notch colleges, libraries, and on his YouTube Channel.
Ticket includes Lecture and Meet & Greet ONLY.
Ghost Investigation purchased as an add-on option with your ticket.
Join us for an evening to remember @ The Jayhawk for an event that SELLS OUT every year!
New this Year! SHADOW CAST by Sunrise Theatre with acting, singing, dancing, audience participation and lots, lots more!
PLUS… ‘Time Warp’ signature cocktails, Frank-N-Furters, Norsemen Brewing craft beers & more RHPS fun!
In case you’re new to the Rocky Horror Picture Show scene! This bizarre 1975 rock opera/sci-fi/horror musical starring Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Tim O’Brien and Meatloaf has the longest running theatrical release in film history.
More than 45 years later it is considered a cult classic and is still in limited release in cinemas around the world. In 2005, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant.”
Not to be missed!
Costumes are STRONGLY encouraged but not required.
*Due to safety, NO outside props will be allowed. Items in kit subject to change.
TIER 1: Reserved Seat ticket (floor/middle): $20
TIER 2: Reserved seat ticket (floor/side): $15
TIER 3: 8 seat reserved table for your group: $200 (includes table with 8 seats and 8 Prop kits)
TIER 4: 10 seat reserved table for your group: $250 (includes table with 10 seats and 10 Prop kits)
ADD-ON Prop kit* : $10 (includes everything you need to interact with the show!)
Runtime – 1hr 37min
Genre – Adventure / Romance / Drama
Language – English
Closed Captions – English
Release Date – February 3, 2022
Rating – Not Yet Rated
Picture Format – Color
Aspect Ratio – 2.37:1
Resolution – 5K, 24fps
Sound – 5.1 Surround
Production Company – Mammoth
Country – USA
A monotonous life has pushed the unfulfilled Forrest (Todd Blubaugh) to a voyage of self-discovery. Living aboard his sailboat, Forrest catches wind of the rebellious and free-spirited Everly (Nicola Collie), and their idealistic dreams align for a thrilling and thought-provoking, romantic adventure. Can they survive and rewrite their own rules of modern existence, or will they discover that society operates the way it does for a reason?
Ryan Pinkston’s original soundtrack helps Hawkins deliver an emotional and reflective journey with stunningly gorgeous cinematography.
Enjoy a special Q&A session following the film with EMMY Award-winning filmmaker, Trevor Hawkins of MAMMOTH.
Hear behind-the-scenes stories and insights from Hawkins, who created his debut feature-film, Lotawana, in his own backyard of Lake Lotawana, Missouri. Hawkins’ robust adventures include: writing, directing, shooting, editing, financing (with a loan against his house), and literally almost dying in an underwater cave.
Produced with his wife, Cori Jo Hawkins, and filmmaking partner, Nathan Kincaid, Hawkins and his skeleton-crew of ten renegades completed all their own stunts, shot on the water in every season (with children in tow), and overcame massive obstacles including losing multiple lead actresses mid-production. The changes were meant to be, as lead actor, Todd Blubaugh fell in love with leading lady, Nicola Collie both on and off-screen, and they later married in real life.
Hear first-hand accounts and more during our interactive Q&A session following Lotawana.