The Intergalactic Nemesis
live-action graphic novel is a one-of-a-kind
theatrical experience that mashes up radio drama with comic books,
making it a perfect performance experience for kids and kids-at-heart.
Three actors voice dozens of characters; one Foley artist creates hundreds
of sound effects; one keyboardist performs a score of thousands (yes,
thousands!) of notes; while on a two-story-high screen we project more
than 1,250 individual, full-color, hand-drawn, hi-res, blow-your-mind
comic book images to tell the story visually.
And it’s all LIVE.
Sat, Nov 2 - 7pm
What is Your L.A. Landscape?
Join comic strip artists Luke McGarry
and Alexander Hoffman
for a strip-making workshop in our pop-up library space at 7pm.
Don’t have a ticket for the show? This workshop is free for students with a Bruin Card.
Student tickets to Intergalactic Nemesis at 8pm only $15, and will be available at the door -- Come strip with us!
Co-presented with Student Committee for the Arts (SCA).
Sun, Nov 3 - 1:30pm
The Art of Sound!
In the West Lobby
Sound Effects artist Tony Palermo
will demonstrate the art of sound effects with a special presentation.
Palermo is a sound effects artist and radio dramatist heard via NPR, XM/Sirius, audio-books, L.A. Theatre Works and California Artists Radio Theater. His RuyaSonic website offers “how-to” info on sound effects, radio writing and production. www.RuyaSonic.com