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Sometimes the strangest things end up leaving us with the highest hopes for the future — even if they involve crazy aliens coming down from space hungry for the private parts of earthlings. That’s exactly what you’ll see in the musical comedy Aliens Coming, produced by New York City’s the People’s Improv Theater.
Following a sold out run in March, the show is back under the directorship of Griffin Osborne, writer Joe Kelly, and musical director Jonathan Evans.
Following the two journey of two best friends experiencing pressures of graduating high school, who end up being at the center of an alien abduction, ultimately teaching them what sex is (and how it’s done correctly), Aliens Coming merges contemporary music, classic show tunes, and campy humor to bring a laugh-out-loud show you definitely don’t want to bring your kids to.
Produced by Jonathan Evans, Joe Kelly and James Young of Ashcat Productions, the cast features Alice Kors, Maia Scalia, Andrew L. Ricci, Trevor McGhie, Ariana Raygoza, Rebecca Lampiasi, Ashley Hutchinson and Tessa Stokes.
The show runs till September 18, and tickets are available for only $10. Visit the People’s Improv Theater for more details.