The first season of the Asheville-based audio drama “Palimpsest” ran biweekly from the end of October 2017 until the start of March. Titled Anneliese, it tells the story of Anneliese Glaser in the form of audio notes to her former therapist as she processes the years-old death of her sister and the hauntings in her new apartment. On Sunday, Aug. 12, at 2:30 p.m. at The Magnetic Theatre, series co-creators Hayley Heninger and Jamieson Ridenhour will perform an episode from season one, then debut the first episode of the new season, which officially launches Tuesday, Sept. 4, and will run biweekly for 10 episodes. Live music accompaniment will be provided by composer Ian Ridenhour. $5. themagnetictheatre.org. Photo courtesy of Ridenhour and Heninger
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