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THE ACHERON at iDiOM Theater
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Date/Time
06/06/2014 - 06/07/2014
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
Idiom Theater

It’s the last episode this weekend for The Acheron, the 5-week serial play at the Idiom Theatre. A newly-deceased arrival enters Hades carrying forbidden memories of the earthly world, triggering hope, panic, and rebellion in the Land of the Dead. The story features Persephone, Queen of the Underworld, Nikola Tesla, Don Juan and Voltaire, as well as everyone’s favorite ferryman.

The Serial Play is an iDiOM tradition: five weekends, with a new episode each weekend picking up from where the last one left off – not unlike a live TV mini-series. Each episode plays at both 8pm and 10pm Friday and Saturday night, and then the next weekend is a whole new episode, including a recap of the story so far.

Tickets are $10 per individual show, with a Five-Show Pass available at www.idiomtheater.com/tickets for the discounted price of $35.

Want to see a show for free? iDiOM gives away TEN FREE TICKETS to every show, thanks to the generosity of our local business sponsors. These tickets are available first-come first-serve at the door—just ask for a Public Ticket!

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