Showing posts from October, 2014

Indoor Outdoor Trek @ GeekGirlCon!

Are you, or do you know, or have you ever seen a person who identifies as female? Are you, or do you know, anyone who identifies as "nerdy," "geeky," or any related term? Will you be attending GeekGirlCon  this weekend? If you missed this summer's smash hit, Outdoor Trek: Mirror, Mirror, there's some good news for you! You have one last chance to catch us at 7pm on Saturday, October 11th when we will be giving a free-with-convention-admission performance. Come to room 303 of the Conference Center to get one last glimpse before we start work on next year's "Amok Time"! And check out the other amazing panels and meet-ups and opportunities for geeks and nerds of all ages and persuasions!

Personal Log: James Lyle (Marlena)

James is a Seattle-based actor, playwright, and lifelong Star Trek fan. His evening of comic vignettes, To the Naked Eye, just completed its run with Playwrights’ Theatre. He recently joined the cast of the upcoming fantasy feature, First Ranger of the King. What do you think of Outdoor Trek so far, and what are you looking forward to about the upcoming production? I’m a big fan of Outdoor Trek and thrilled to finally get the chance to play with these amazingly creative folks this year. I’m most looking forward to surprising and delighting audiences with our unique take on Trek. And of course oiling my traps for the great, powerful Captain Kirk. What cool things do you do in your life outside of Outdoor Trek? Apart from Star Trek and acting, I enjoy hiking, camping, candlelit dinners, long walks on the beach, and theoretical linguistics. What history do you have with theatrical productions? I’ve been acting in the Seattle area since 2004 at places like ArtsWest, Stone So