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The Seagull @ Regent's Park Open Air Theatre Review

The Seagull takes place in a picturesque setting, nestled in the heart of Regent’s Park. A complex production, the story begins with a play within a play, forcing audiences to question what is real. 550 more words


A Little Chekov Love

Going through some publicity and promo shots — Let’s have a little love for Walter Koenig (Chekov) — the ‘Davy Jones’ of TOS!   I love the last one with the fan and fan magazine against the… 15 more words

Star Trek

The Absurd English of Abroad

So today I was rummaging through my dropbox, and I cam across two scenes of a ‘play’ I wrote when I must have been at my wit’s ends after grading English assignments back when I worked for Teach for China in rural Yunnan, because it’s prefaced by the following examples from my student’s homework: 1,061 more words


Star Trek - A Private Little War

In which Kirk revisits a primitive planet he’d surveyed early in his career only to find the Klingons sniffing around and interfering. Kirk’s chums, known as the tribe, are being menaced by another group, the villagers, who have firesticks provided by the Klingon empire. 324 more words


Star Trek - The Immunity Syndrome

In which Spock senses over 400 Vulcans die, leading the Enterprise to investigate a space anomaly. They find themselves in an area of space where there is no light, no data and the laws of physics don’t quite apply. 196 more words


Spotlight On... Susan Penhaligon

April’s Spotlight On……

***Susan Penhaligon***

Hi Susan, you’re currently touring with Agatha Christie play ‘And Then There Were None’, how’s the tour going and tell us about your character, Emily Brent. 498 more words


A Celeste Update and a Request from Me (Therese)

Dear Friends,

Could you please do me a favor? In this past month since I suggested it, I have only seen about $70 donated from trekkerscrapbook readers (including my two) and I’m wondering if  perhaps some of my readers here have donated, but have not included the words “trekkerscrapbook’ in their accompanying note?  288 more words