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Outdoor Star Trek

Hello Earth Productions is proud to announce its fourth episode, "Mirror, Mirror," in its Outdoor Trek performance series. Performances will be Saturdays at 7pm and Sundays at 2pm in Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park’s amphitheater (in the Central District) on the weekends of July 19-20, July 26-27, and August 2-3. The classic episode has the crew of the Enterprise transporting to a mirror universe in which their counterparts are brutal and savage. The show is free and open to the public.

Outdoor Trek is a community project which celebrates the diversity of the original series, while at the same time adapting it to the 21st century, outdoor theater, and community. The inspiration is half sci-fi, half Shakespeare. Shakespeare in the park is a well-loved tradition, offering free theater, a social gathering in the sunshine, and a familiar, classic story. Hello Earth presents a new classic, just as beloved, only this time in outer space.

Hello Earth Productions produced the Star Trek episode “The Naked Time” in 2010, “This Side of Paradise” in 2011, and "The Devil In The Dark," in 2013. The company happily accepts donations during the performances, but there is no charge. It is recommended for spectators to bring cushions, as the amphitheater seating is concrete. You can learn more at www.helloearthproductions.org or on Twitter at @hello_earth.
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animimi

July 20 2014, 18:55:49 UTC 5 months ago

I went to this last night and it was amazing. I'm a nerd but not a HardCore Star Trek Nerd and it was super fun, entertaining, and hilarious! I wholeheartedly recommend it. Also, last night the Six Coins food truck was there which served up delicious food. If you go when they're there, you should try the food. I had the Japanese curry.

lettered

July 20 2014, 23:30:35 UTC 5 months ago

Thank you! (I'm the producer/founder/director.) We're hoping to get the food truck back--they were awesome! Thanks for coming out.