By Douglas Adams
Directed by Madeleine Dahm
Lighting Design by Bosco Flanagan
Puppets & Masks by Alexander Sheldon
The Wallis Studio Ensemble's hilarious, fast-paced, gender-bending romp through the galaxy in search of the meaning of life, the universe, and everything is BACK by popular demand!
Douglas Adams wrote The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy as a radio play in 1978. With sharp wit and ironic style, it quickly became a worldwide cult classic. This vibrant production integrates puppetry, stylized movement, miniature sets and live music to bring the timely political satire to life.
Audience Costume Contest: At each performance, audience members are invited to come in Science Fiction Costume and take a photo at our selfie spot, then tag us after the show. A Best Costume winner will be selected to receive two complimentary tickets to another show at The Wallis. Post your selfie on instagram and use the hashtag #ZaphodsCloset to enter to win.
Warning: There will be moving lights that simulate strobe lighting and haze used during the production.