Where did the Rocky Horror Phenomenon start? At the Waverly in New York City? The 8th Street Playhouse? The Strand in San Diego? The Tiffany in Los Angeles? In Austin, Texas? Or Illinois? Or somewhere completely unknown to us yet? Well, we guess it’ll always be hard to find out who actually started the cult exactly where and when. But what we’ve found during our trip to Los Angeles were very, very interesting people like Dan De Meyere, who dressed up and participated to the show long before it became famous as “shadow casting” performances. With cheap dresses from the 99-cent store around the corner, self-made make-up and lots of enthusiasm this special group of people started out to dress up and act before or alongside the movie in the mid and late 70s. What later became an unprecedented phenomenon all over the United States had it’s birthplace in several different theaters and cities more or less simultaneously.