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‘Nemesis’ invades Proctors

Quirky show incorporates old-time radio, graphic novels, actors and homemade sound effects

Graphic novel images dominate the stage during a recent performance of “The Intergalactic Nemesis,” a live rendition of a graphic novel that comes to Proctors’ GE Theatre next week. Voice actors, a sound effects performer and keyboard player are also part of the action. (Photo: Sarah Bork Hamilton)
Graphic novel images dominate the stage during a recent performance of “The Intergalactic Nemesis,” a live rendition of a graphic novel that comes to Proctors’ GE Theatre next week. Voice actors, a sound effects performer and keyboard player are also part of the action. (Photo: Sarah Bork Hamilton)
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Popular culture has always been stocked with galactic explorers, smart robots, laser guns and forbidden planets. They showed up in radio serials of the 1930s and movie serials of the 1940s. They were around for comic books in the 1950s and feature films of the 1960s and ’70s. And they’re still around today. Jason Neulander appreciates all the components — and all the outlets — all at once. He has mixed old-time radio, graphic novels, ...


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