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While it may be true that “in space, no one can hear you scream,” the same cannot be said for those who attended North Bergen High School’s stage production of the sci-fi horror classic “Alien” last week. Screams echoed through the school auditorium along with cheering and applause at the unusual, ambitious adaptation of the 1979 film that has caught the attention of tens of thousands of people across the globe after videos of the production went viral on social media. Students, teachers and staff have drawn praise from theater and science fiction fans and industry professionals. What caught most people’s attention about “Alien: The Play” is the professional-looking set design that many say perfectly captures the eerie, dystopian look of the film. Much of it was made with recycled materials on a low budget.
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