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Try getting there early and dine at Bayou Place
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Park in the Wortham (cnnected to the theater) or Alley (across the street from the Wortham) underground garage parking. It is only $10 after 6p and well worth it.
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"The Intergalactic Nemesis"
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4.7 average rating
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2 events
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attended May 12 2011

Harkening to the days of live radio broadcast, this event was a truly unique and special event. The writing was clever and entertaining and brought to life beautifully by the voice actors. The sound effects were undoubtedly my favorite part and...continued

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attended May 12 2011

A graphic novel (pg) set to music, with live actors and full sound effects. Go see it - but get your tickets early - the better seats are in the middle, where you can take everything end.

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Visit the Intergalactic Nemesis website.


They are back! Those sludge-monsters from the planet Zygon are invading Houston again, but this time they are armed with an even more dangerous weapon: original artwork by the incomparable Tim Doyle.

In fall 2007, Houstonians had a chance to see The Intergalactic Nemesis, the story of Pulitzer-winner Molly Sloan and her intrepid assistant Timmy Mendez in the form of a radio drama, but now… imagine 1,250 hand-drawn full-color action-packed images projected one-by-one onto a huge screen, three actors voicing dozens of characters and one sound engineer creating hundreds of sound effects before your very eyes! Imagine being swept away by the incredible original music and a story that transports you from Rumania to Scotland to Tunis to the far reaches of outer space!  The stage version of The Intergalactic Nemesis projects the comic book artwork panel-by-panel while three actors perform the voices, one foley artist creates the sound effects, and one keyboardist plays the score, all live.

About the Ticket Supplier: Society for the Performing Arts

Society for the Performing Arts is the largest nonprofit presenting organization of its kind in the entire Southwest. Each year SPA presents internationally acclaimed artists from the entire performing arts spectrum, traditional to avant-garde alike, from large orchestras and dance companies to recitalists and solo performers, for an entire season of events.