The Intergalactic Nemesis Returns Home
Just a quick reminder to fans (or future fans) of The Intergalactic Nemesis: The show has been out on the road for the past month or so, and returns home this week for its final Austin performance of the tour.
For a complete list of tour dates, check out the Nemesis website.
Here at KUT, we’ve been fans and supporters of The Intergalactic Nemesis for a long time. We’ve watched as it evolved over the years from a little radio play performed in a coffee shop into a larger-scale stage show which spawned a couple of sequels, then into a series of comic books, then finally into a mammoth multimedia show combining the radio play elements with gigantic reproductions of the comic book art. Years and years ago, when they were younger men, Nemesis mastermind Jason Neulander and KUT producer Michael Lee worked together to bring an early version of the show to Austin airwaves on the Sunday morning show SoundSight. And last year, we had a great time going to see the show at the Long Center (in the big hall!).
So we were pretty pleased when Jason told us that the show was heading back out on the road, for the “World Domination Tour.” This time out, they’re not just traveling America, they’re also heading down under to bring their own brand of retro sci-fi goodness to Australia before bringing the show back home to Austin’s Long Center in November. We caught up with our old friend Jason Neulander at The Robot Planet (which is his house) while he was getting ready to hit the road.
After we posted this video, Jason let us know that the Australian leg of the Intergalactic Nemesis tour has been rescheduled for February. The show will be at the Long Center on November 22, so you can save yourself the cost of airfare and see it a few months earlier by catching it here in Austin.