The Visceral Company presents
The Los Angeles premiere




A bevy of flying saucers from Planet X has appeared over the skies of Beertown, led by alien aviatrix Queen Zombina, on a quest to “zombify” and abduct all of Earth’s men! The Milwaukee Space Center and the US military are prepared to meet the foes head on, until Zombina unleashes her secret weapon. It’s up to a mild-mannered scientist, an all-American girl-next-door, a man-hungry secretary and one plucky, tap-dancing delivery boy to save the world from this planetary menace from outer space!

A critical smash Off-Broadway in 1995, this affectionate satire of 1950s sci-fi B-movies makes its LA debut at last, as part of the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival.

Runtime: approx 2hrs including one 15-minute intermission




Frank Blocker*
Lara Fisher
Amelia Gotham
Daniel Jimenez*
Eric Sand*
Alex Taber
Alison England* as Zombina

Friday and Saturday evenings at 8pm/Sundays at 3pm
May 30-July 20
Lex Theatre, Hollywood
All seats $32

Students w/ID $25 at door

The Lex Theatre, Hollywood
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Directed by Dan Spurgeon
Musical Direction by Garth Herberg and Robert Finucane
Choreography by Anna Safar
Produced by Drew Blakeman and Frank Blocker
Set Design by Angel Madrid and Jason Thomas
Lighting Design by Joshua Silva
Costumes by Pam Noles
Wigs and makeup design by Dawn V. Dudley

Stage Manager – Rosie Santilena

Appearing at

* = appearing courtesy Actors Equity Association

"100% SWEET" - Bitter Lemons
"GO! A rollicking good time!" - LA Weekly
"This upbeat musical will have you laughing from beginning to end!" -
Musicals in LA
"Wonderful! Hits the bulls eye!" - NIght Tinted Glasses
"Impossible to resist!" - Horror Works
"Nails the kitsch expertly!" - Neon Tommy


"The menacing ambiance literally crawled off the stage." - Life in LA