(Last updated on Thurs., Feb. 9, 2006)
Plan Nine from Outer Space: The Rip-Off, a one-act parody of the famous 1959 film, ran for eight consecutive performances in October 2005 in Jacksonville, Florida. For more info on the play and its first production, click on the play's poster (in orange, below), or E-mail the author, Steve Bailey, at email@example.com
"The show is a lot of fun...Bailey may be the smartest first-time playwright I have ever known..."
-- Dick Kerekes, Entertaining U*
(Thanks to Michael O'Connell for the above artwork.)
Thanks to all who came to the show -- we had a great run at Boomtown Theatre! Thanks also for the Internet coverage provided by:
The Horror Channel's Dread Central
The Astounding B Monster Bulletin
and the Ed Wood tribute site EdWood.the-croc.com
*Finally, thanks to the local Jacksonville press for the publicity! (Click here to read what The Florida Times-Union and other publications have printed about the play.)
Counter have trembled with fear at this website
Boomtown Theatre - Hey, you think this play sounds stupid? Don't blame us, they produced it!
Testing: The Script - From the writer of "Plan Nine...The Rip-Off" comes the Internet's first-ever on-line movie script, a comedy based on the author's experiences as an ex-teacher. Read it and laugh!
The newest theater project from Plan Nine's writer-director: "Pulp Fiction Theater," performed every Thursday night at Boomtown starting on Jan. 8, 2007. Click here to visit the show's website.
Copyright (c) 2007, B,S Productions.