Cast and crew of the Rocky Horror Show have returned to the stage in Adelaide but remain tight-lipped over allegations of sexually inappropriate behaviour against star Craig McLachlan.
Three cast members from the 2014 production of the popular musical have told a Fairfax Media/ABC investigation McLachlan inappropriately touched them or exposed himself.
A woman and a man who worked as part of the crew have also gone to Victorian police who are investigating the 52-year-old.
McLachlan has denied the allegations but agreed to withdraw from the show after speaking with producers on Monday and hasn't been seen in public since.
He has been replaced by understudy Adam Rennie for the remaining Adelaide shows, with a decision on a longer-term replacement to be made before seasons in Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne.
The show's producers, the Gordon Frost Organisation, said they were taking the allegations against the former Gold Logie winner very seriously.
They have vowed to co-operate fully with authorities and will also conduct an internal investigation.
GFO said it was shocked to learn of the allegations from actresses Erika Heynatz, Christie Whelan Browne and Angela Scundi and said it was not aware of any details until they were published in the media.
But Scundi told the 7.30 Report on Tuesday that was "untrue".
"There were two people in management that I spoke to directly and I can't imagine that they could look me in the face and say that those conversations never happened," she said.
Christie Whelan Browne said she spoke to the managing director of the production company, John Frost.
"I went to John, which he says he doesn't recall, another cast member also spoke to him that day. So, that's two people who spoke to him and if he doesn't recall it, we do," Whelan Browne said.
Ahead of Tuesday's performance current cast member Amanda Harrison, who plays Magenta, urged fans to continue to attend.
"Please come and support Adam and the whole cast and crew," she tweeted.
But at least one fan was upset McLachlan had withdrawn.
"How can they do that to someone when it's not even proven for sure that that's what's happened?" Wendy Jeffs said.
"I'm on his side at the moment. Anyone can make up stories and stuff like that. To take him out of something he's doing, it's just wrong."
In her allegations, Whelan Browne said McLachlan, who played transvestite Frank N Furter to her character Janet, indecently assaulted her on stage during a sex scene.
Scundi alleged McLachlan kissed her passionately onstage even after she had asked that it not be done.
McLachlan described all the allegations as "baseless".
"They seem to be simple inventions, perhaps made for financial reasons, perhaps to gain notoriety," he was quoted as writing.
The fallout from the allegations also continued on Tuesday with the ABC withdrawing all episodes of The Doctor Blake Mysteries from its iView service and dumping a planned repeat screening of the Doctor Blake telemovie on January 25.
Earlier the producers of popular series, which features McLachlan in the title role, put production of a new season on hold.