If you've ever been to a high school, you know what the experience is like. They're not big-budget productions, and they're not really meant to be.
Most high school productions play things pretty safe, but New Jersey's North Bergen High School threw caution to the wind in an attempt to adapt to the 1979 sci-fi classic alien for the stage.
Short clips and photos like wildfire on Twitter and elsewhere , and with good reason.
You 'ee got all the main characters dressed in costumes that follow the movie'. Alien Prometheus and the other prequels.
 Alien Alone Alone Asleep as […] this is, it's important to note that this is a completely unlicensed use of the alien property. Because of that, it's unlikely that a video of the play – which may or may not be edited in the process of being released, via Twitter chatter – wants to be long on video sharing sites like YouTube.
The internet literal wants more, but unfortunately for the Alien franchise is currently held by Disney, and Disney is not exactly known for being lenient with copyright enforcement. In any case, the students totally nailed their production and it's awesome to see a classic piece of science fiction continuing to thrive.