(From left to right) Liz Barksdale, Albie Robles and Danny Gallagher make fun of the worst movies in The Mocky Horror Picture Show. Their next public mockery will tackle the original “Super Mario Bros.” movie starring Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo at 9:15 pm on March 23rd at the Texas Theatre. Tickets are $14 per person.
Tickets are $14 at The Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff.
Computer animated “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” debuts April 7 in theaters, and in its honor Dallas-based comedy troupe Mocky Horror Picture Show will screen and send up “Super Mario Bros.” (1993) – a pixelated, live-action, box-office bomb starring Bob Hoskins as Mario and John Leguizamo as Luigi. Mocky Horror’s show is 9:15 p.m. Thurs., March 23, at The Texas Theatre.
The Mocky Horror Picture Show (mockyhorror.com) features comedians Liz Barksdale of Irving, Danny Gallagher of Addison and Albie Robles of Irving making jokes at bad movies. Throughout the movie, special prompts appear on the screen that tell the audience when to yell pre-written lines and throw stuff at the screen so they can make fun of the movie with them.
Tickets to the roast of the first movie about Nintendo’s Goomba-stomping, high-jumping Brooklyn plumbers are $14 per person and each guest will receive a bag of mystery props to use during the movie along with other surprise Super Mario and Mocky Horror swag. Go to Mocky Horror Picture Show Roasts "Super Mario Bros." Tickets, Thursday, March 23 2023 | Prekindle. Arrive early for pre-show activities.
Texas Theatre is at 231 W. Jefferson Blvd., in Oak Cliff.