If you're a sweet transvestite from New Zealand, then you'd be wise to get yourself to the city of Hamilton ASAP. That's because Thinking Room Productions has begun casting for its 2009 production of The King's Stilettos, a film about the making of the cult classic horror musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Although the movie doesn't begin filming until August of next year, producers want the cast in place by this July in order to shoot the trailer. In addition to the role of Tim Curry, the actor who played Rocky Horror's infamous Dr. Frank N. Furter, Thinking Rom is looking to cast such parts as Rocky Horror creator Richard O'Brien, director Jim Sharman, as well as other members of the Rocky Horror cast.
Auditions are being held beginning June 30. For more information on the production, check out Thinking Room's official website.