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All-ages ‘Palandrome’ show features invisible string manipulation, shoe poi, feats with silverware, live music by Lucas Hicks

The Incredible Incredible Presents: “Palandrome” at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 26-27, at iDiOM Theater, 1418 Cornwall Ave. The play is about two characters (Justin Therrien and Matthew “Poki” McCorkle), each the other’s imaginary friend, who meet for the first time. The show features invisible string manipulation, shoe poi, feats with silverware, creative dining, snail hats, and finger tricks, all set to the live music of Lucas Hicks.

“Palindrome” is one hour long and suitable for all ages.

Therrien is the world record holder for longest string passed through nose and mouth in one minute; McCorkle is co-founder of award-winning theater company Button Wagon; and Lucas Hicks is two-time first-place winner of the Weiser Idaho banjo contest.

Tickets are $12 adults, $8 kids, at idiomtheater.com and 360-305-3524. More information and a video at incredibleincredible.com.

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