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TTK: A Planetary Pulp Radio Adventure 

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What do you get when you mash up comic book tropes, high-resolution projections and hundreds of sound effects? Well, one possible outcome is Intergalactic Nemesis, a theatrical experience visiting Clowes Hall Jan. 25. Drawing inspiration from pulp serials and Raiders of the Lost Arc, three actors present a two-part epic journey (read: two shows in one night). The spectacle spotlights classic radio-show style drama punctuated by 1,250 full-color images projected on a two-story screen.

In addition to the two acts, theatergoers can sign up for a special dinner between shows. At the "Out of This World Feast," diners can chat with the cast and nosh on eats inspired by interplanetary adventure.

Check out a preview of the show:

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