High School Puts On Production of “Alien” to Much Praise
March 26, 2019 9:09AM EDT
The drama club at North Bergen High School, located in New Jersey, decided to bring the 1979 science-fiction film “Alien” to the stage.
The production is called “Alien: The Play” and involves eight student actors.
The set designs and costumes were created from donated and recycled items due to the high school not having the same $10 million budget of the original movie.
The estimated total cost of the play was around $3,500.
The play has received an astounding amount of praise online and even received a nod from “The Avengers” director Joss Whedon.
“This is fantastic. Blows my high school’s adaptation of PINK FLAMINGOS out of the water,” comedian Patton Oswalt tweeted.
What plays did your high school put on? What is your favorite play?