Trek in the Park Archive

  • I'm really excited today because we got to interview Kris Hambrick and Joy DeLyria, the folks behind <em>Hello Earth</em>, a local theatrical company in Seattle who put on <em>Star Trek</em> episodes in the park.

    Interview: Hello Earth Production

    I'm really excited today because we got to interview Kris Hambrick and Joy DeLyria, the folks behind Hello Earth, a local theatrical company in Seattle who put on Star Trek episodes in the park.

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  • Fear not, dear reader. This won't be my usual rant about how much J.J. Abrams sucks, how his vision of <em>Star Trek</em> is totally sexist and how I'm sick and tired of apologists saying they cast the right guy for the job, in regards to the whitewashing of Khan Noonien Singh. I mean seriously, would you say that if a blonde woman was cast as Uhura?

    Star Trek Alternatives

    Fear not, dear reader. This won't be my usual rant about how much J.J. Abrams sucks, how his vision of Star Trek is totally sexist and how I'm sick and tired of apologists saying they cast the right guy for the job, in regards to the whitewashing of Khan Noonien Singh. I mean seriously, would you say that if a blonde woman was cast as Uhura?

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  •  Never fear though, because inspired by the guys over at Atomic Arts, Hello Earth Productions have taken it upon themselves to create Outdoor Trek, performing a classic Star Trek episode in the park, right here in the Emerald City.

    Outdoor Trek: This Side of Paradise

    Never fear though, because inspired by the guys over at Atomic Arts, Hello Earth Productions have taken it upon themselves to create Outdoor Trek, performing a classic Star Trek episode in the park, right here in the Emerald City.

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  • Who would have thought that combining a classic Star Trek episode with outdoor theatre a la Shakespeare in the Park would be a good idea? Well, apparently siblings Amy and Adam Rosko of local theatre group Atomic Arts, that’s who. And the thing is, it’s a great idea!

    Trek in the Park: Space Seed

    Who would have thought that combining a classic Star Trek episode with outdoor theatre a la Shakespeare in the Park would be a good idea? Well, apparently siblings Amy and Adam Rosko of local theatre group Atomic Arts, that’s who. And the thing is, it’s a great idea!

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