Star Trek LIVE by Free Food and Beer Comedy Troupe

Star Trek LIVE by Free Food and Beer Comedy Troupe

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Star Trek LIVE by Free Food and Beer Comedy Troupe

The undisputed monster hit of the 1993 Winnipeg Fringe Festival, the Edmonton Fringe Festival and the Edmonton Comedy Festival has arrived! It’s Star Trek LIVE like you’ve never seen it before. This is your chance to see Captain James T. Kirk in the body of a woman and a chance to relive the introduction of Kahn. It’s cheesy comedy that’s out of this world. Featuring two episodes: TURN ABOUT INTRUDER and SPACE SEED.

Playwright: Free Food and Beer Comedy Troupe
Cast: Bill Wagner, James MacDonald, Declan O’Reilly, David Mann, Aimee Barnabe, Claudia Buffone, Spencer Mather and Allan Bassil Stage Manager: Gina Moe Assistant Stage Manager: Allan Bassil Lighting Designer: Todd Hurley Props Designer/Scenic Painting: Charlotte Hunt Costume Designer: Aimee Barnabe

CAST & CREW

CAST

JAMES MACDONALD

James is pleased to return to Theatre Network for the first time since appearing in The Stone Angel in 1996. His recent appearances include Omnium Gatherum (CanStage), Amadeus (CanStage/Citadel Theatre), Measure for Measure (Citadel Theatre) and the title role in Henry V (River City Shakespeare Festival). As a director, his recent credits include Much Ado about Nothing and As You Like It (CanStage), The Myth of Summer (Alberta Theatre Projects), and Stones in his Pockets (Citadel Theatre). James is the former artistic director of the Free Will Players/River City Shakespeare Festival. He is a graduate of the University of Alberta’s BFA Acting program. In January, he will direct I Am My Own Wife at the Citadel Theatre.

STAGE MANAGER

GINA MOE

Recent Stage Management credits include: THE EMPRESS & THE PRIME MINISTER and THE LAST FIVE YEARS for Theatre Network; OH CHRISTMAS TREE for the Roxy Series; THE COLOR PURPLE for The Citadel Theatre; THE BAD SEED, SHOCKER’S DELIGHT and THE SALON OF THE TALKING TURK for Teatro La Quindicina; and WITCH HUNT AT THE STRAND for Workshop West Playwrights’ Theatre.

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