Holy cow, I wrote a book!
Spock's Brain is generally considered to be the
worst episode of Star Trek.
That may be why in 2009 Mike Carano decided to perform
as a theatrical production.
Here is the opening scene,
talking about the show's genesis.
In the second video,
skip ahead to 2:40 to see more clips from the show,
go to 4:35 for the fight scene.
Carano played the show for laughs,
the folks at
played it straight for their Trek in the Park series,
but they still get laughs because Star Trek.
And yes, when the Enterprise is hit,
everybody jerks to the left or right,
even the unconscious bodies in sickbay.
Their five-year mission complete,
the Atomic Arts folks are unloading their larger
so if you always wanted a pair of sickbay beds
that can pump Vulcan blood,
well now you know where to go.
But just because Trek in the Park is over
doesn't mean you should give up on Star Trek live in the park yet.
Seattle arts group
Hello Earth Productions
continues to stage Star Trek episodes
in public parks under the name Outdoor Trek.
aims for a more creative interpretation
rather than trying to do a perfect impersonation of
for Mirror, Mirror.