A few photos from a recent rehearsal.
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Hi, I'm Joy. I'm the director. That's pretty much all I've got to say about that. Now what you've all been promised--girls. Whenever I tell people Kirk, Spock, and Sulu are played by girls for Hello Earth's production of "The Naked Time" for Outdoor Trek, everyone asks why. (This is patently not true. Everyone says, "Cool!" Then they pause. Then they ask, "Will they be naked?") Kris (fellow producer, also acting Captain Kirk) and I went to the Vancouver Star Trek convention last week and some hot Orion girls asked us why--why we like the show, why we're doing this, what does it all mean ? We said we liked the diversity of Star Trek and wanted to celebrate it. "We keep hearing that," said one hot Orion girl. " Star Trek is so diverse, Star Trek is so equal rights, Star Trek is so utopian. But . . . then there's this." Then she showed me her legs. She's an Orion girl, you see, and
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Pacific Northwest Star Trek fans and assorted outdoor theater enthusiasts: It is worth the trip up/down/around to Portland to see Atomic Arts' production of "Space Seed" . Last year's "Amok Time" had a preview, and it's a toss-up which inspired us more. Not sure yet when we're headed down (it will be before July 31st, obviously), but there's plenty of time to see BOTH. Please come out and support them! Woodlawn Park Saturday/Sunday at 5 pm July 10-11, 17-18, 24-25, 31 and August 1st All ages - Free to the public