It’s baa-aack! The “Intergalactic Nemesis” returns, again

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"The Intergalactic Nemesis" at New York's Victory Theatre

The “Integalactic Nemesis” — the Austin-made show that’s morphed into a nationally-traveling multi-part juggernaut all its own — will return April 10-12.

"The Intergalactic Nemesis" at New York's Victory Theatre

“The Intergalactic Nemesis” at New York’s Victory Theatre

You can get a total immersion of all things Planet Zygon when the entire “Intergalactic Nemesis Trilogy” plays at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar.

What began in 1996 as a staged science-fiction serial modeled after 1930s radio shows by a handful of indie theater folks led by Jason Neulander has evolved into a very much for-profit entertainment franchise, with spin-off comic books, CDs, podcasts and other merch as well as multiple digital products.

With a touring schedule that keeps the show on the road seemingly non-stop. “Intergalactic Nemesis” might just be Austin’s version of the “Blue Man Group” phenom — a show created with as alt performance that nevertheless becomes a hit within the mainstream


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