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The Intergalactic Nemesis is coming to the Orpheum Theatre in Memphis

The Intergalactic Nemesis
The Intergalactic Nemesis
The Intergalactic Nemesis & Orpheum - Memphis

Are you ready for some great fun? If you are, get your kids and come out to the Orpheum Theatre at 6:30pm on April 1, 2014 when Jason Neulander's graphic novel, The Intergalactic Nemesis comes to life in a show, where comic-meets -radio production.

In a release from the Orpheum Theatre, a synopsis explains this exciting show.

"The year is 1933. Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Molly Sloan and her intrepid research assistant Timmy Mendez team up with a mysterious librarian from Flagstaff, Arizona, named Ben Wilcott. Together, they travel from Rumania to Scotland to the Alps to Tunis to the Robot Planet and finally to Imperial Zygon to defeat a terrible threat to the very future of humanity: an invading force of sludge-monsters from outer space known as the Zygonians. This one-of-a-kind theatrical experience mashes up radio drama with comic-books. Three actors, one Foley artist, and one musician perform all the voices and sound effects, while overhead an illustrated outer-space graphic novel unfolds on a giant screen. The Intergalactic Nemesis is a spectacle unlike any other, and it's for the kid in everyone."

Be sure to arrive early at the theatre, and take part in pre-show lobby activities in partnership with Chatterbox Audio Theatre and Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention. The Intergalactic Nemesis is recommended for ages 8 and up.

Tickets are $15 - $20, and are on sale now and available for purchase online by visiting Orpheum Memphis , the Orpheum Box Office at 901-525-3000, the ticket counter at The Booksellers at Laurelwood, and all Ticketmaster centers (901)743-ARTS. Special group rates are also available by contacting Lindsay Krosnes at 901-529-4244 or

Venue: The Orpheum Theatre, 203 S. Main Street, Memphis, TEnnessee 38103

This production is made possible by the following generous sponsors: AutoZone, International Paper, Kemmons Wilson Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, South Arts, Target, and Tennessee Arts Commission.

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