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Tulsa's Circle Cinema Opens Cult Classics Exhibit

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The show features 20 local artists interpreting their favorite cult movies like The Rocky Horror Picture Show and the Addams Family. The show features 20 local artists interpreting their favorite cult movies like The Rocky Horror Picture Show and the Addams Family.

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TULSA, OK -- A different kind of show opened Friday night at Tulsa's historic Circle Cinema.  The theater is hosting Personality of Cult Two, an exhibit of works by Tulsa area artists inspired by their favorite cult classic films.     

This is the second year for the show.

It features 20 local artists interpreting their favorite cult movies like The Rocky Horror Picture Show and the Addams Family.

"Cause it's something that we all can relate to.  They're films that we've all seen.  They all conjure up certain images.  And, it's a fun theme for artists to show what this film means to them," said organizer Daniel Fritschie.

The opening party wraps up with a midnight showing of the cult favorite Clerks.  The exhibit runs through March 28th at the Circle Cinema.

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