It Came From Outer Space, a production in association with the Tony award-winning Chicago Shakespeare Theater, will be coming to TheatreSquared in Fayetteville from Aug. 24 to Sept. 18. 


Based on the Universal Pictures Film, It Came From Outer Space is directed by Laura Braza, and is brought to stage from the creators of Murder for Two. The musical comedy follows an astronomer as he encounters an alien spaceship in the desert, making him a small-town laughing stock. According to TheatreSquared, the play is suitable for broad audiences but parents should be aware of one scene with brief, adult language. 


The play will be performed over the course of two weeks, with 7:30 p.m. showtimes and a few 2 p.m. showtimes. For more information about the schedule, click here





Tickets start at $27 and can be purchased on the TheatreSquared website. Guests can also subscribe to the 17th season of TheatreSquared and save 15%. According to TheatreSquared, other subscriber benefits include free and flexible exchanges, a three month installation plan for payments and 20% off at The Commons Bar & Cafe and any of the local dining partners. 


This season will also feature Detroit ‘67, Stones In His Pockets, A Christmas Carol, Kim’s Convenience, Sanctuary City, Chicken & Biscuits, Violet and the 2023 Arkansas New Play Festival. 


Photos by Liz Lauren, courtesy of TheatreSquared.


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