New York Fringe Festival alum “Devil Boys From Beyond” gets an Off Broadway run this fall, opening at New World Stages in November.

Spoofy 1950s-set sci-fi tale, penned by Buddy Thomas (who is an agent at ICM), was one of the attention-getters of the 2009 Fringe, scoring strong reviews and nabbing a Fringe kudo for overall excellence.

Director and co-writer Kenneth Elliott, who co-founded Theater-in-Limbo with Charles Busch, helms a cross-dressing cast that includes Everett Quinton, Andy Halliday, Paul Pecorino, Chris Dell’Armo and Peter Cormican.

Plot follows a female reporter on the trail of a story about strange happenings in a UFO-infested swamp.

David J. Foster, commercial producer of Main Stem outings “Slava’s Snowshow” and “Kiki and Herb Alive on Broadway” as well as the Carnegie Hall concert staging of “Jerry Springer: The Opera,” produces.

“Devil” begins previews Nov. 3 ahead of a Nov. 13 opening. Show is skedded to run eight weeks.