I've had the honor of knowing this young man for several years. In Kansas City, he is incredibly devoted to keeping Rocky Horror alive - and always there to promote Shock Treatment. He is also the first Mental Health winner to have a sibling that also was a Mental Health winner at one time.
He had this to say to me recently...
Thank you for nominating me for Mr. Mental Health for September/October 2012!
My interest and fascination with Rocky Horror started in October 1998 at Trailridge Cinema here in Kansas City - actually, one of its suburbs (Overland Park, KS). In fact, the first time I saw Shock Treatment was supposed to be my first Rocky Horror showing at that theater; I had to wait a week. Even though I didn't really like it at first, it kind of grew on me the more I saw it and as my interest in Rocky Horror grew. Since I started seeing Rocky Horror I have attended a few stage productions, went to a convention (Big-O-Con in Wichita in 2003), and joined two Rocky Horror casts (Justice League of Denton in 2005; Fishnets and Floorshows in 2008).
I purchased the 25th Anniversary three-disc DVD set of Shock Treatment and Rocky Horror right after it came out in September 2006 and have showed it to at least one person; I would like to show more some day. I know not everyone has an interest to see it, but I would like to show the movie to those who are curious.Shock Treatment Network Member #81
I would love to contribute to the site since one of the biggest, if not THE biggest websites dedicated to the movie Shock Treatment has made its long-awaited return to cyberspace. And once again, I owe a big debt of gratitude to the individual that nominated me...MR. MENTAL HEALTH!!!
Doug Seitter (Rev. Dexter)