July Brings Live & Improv Star Trek Shows To NYC, Minneapolis & Portland

Do you like your Star Trek live? Well this weekend (and others in July and August) you will have your chance to check out some live Star Trek shows, if you happen to live in New York, Oregon, or Minnesota. Details on the shows below.


LIVE Star Trek Shows for July & August 2011

Fri July 1st – New York, NY – Final show for Start Trekkin Improv

The Peoples Improv Theater – July 1 (11 PM)

New York’s "Start Trekkin" improv group has reached the end if their 5 year mission. On Friday July 1st they will hold their final show and they promise to be "pulling out all the stops!" More info at Start Trekkin Facebook Page.

Fridays & Saturdays in July – Portland, OR – USS Improvise: The Musical

The Unscriptables Theater – July 1,2,8,9,15 & 16 (8pm)

Improvised musical episodes based the original Star Trek with costumes, music and sound effects. See your favorite characters as you have never seen them before. Want to see Captain Kirk sing a love duet with an alien princess or Scotty sing a song about the joys of transporter travel?

Saturdays in July & August – Minneapolis, MN – Star Trek: The Next Improvisation

Huge Theater – July 2, 9, 23, 30 – August 6, 13, 20, 27 (8:00 PM)

Saturdays at 8 PM, the crew sets off on a brand-new improvised voyage through the universe of Star Trek: TNG. The same crew and new adventures each week! More details at official Facebook Page.

Saturdays & Sundays in July (9-31) – Portland, OR- Trek in the Park "Mirror, Mirror"

Atomic Arts – Woodland Park – July 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31 (5:00 PM)

Portland’s Atomic Art’s Theater Group returns with their live performances of Star Trek episodes held at Woodland Park (see report on last year’s performance of "Space Seed"). This year they will be doing "Mirror, Mirror." More info at the official site.  

Did we miss a live Star Trek improv or stage show in your home town? Let us know via tips@trekmovie.com.


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Yes, I do happen to live there (near Mpls.)!!! Should be fun! But I want the Experience also!

Why is it that everytime something cool is going on it’s always up north or out west, never in the south!!

Not cool enough to me. Leave it where it is.

I was born in the south and escaped it many years ago. With all due respect, the cool stuff happens in those other places because they are cooler places.

New Orleans is pretty awesome, but nothing “Star Trek” ever happens there…

Anthony, if you enjoy the show. You should check out Huge Theatre up there. It’s really got the best improv in the area. (Nothing against Brave New Workshop that also has great shows)

Makes me appreciate how hard TOS staffers worked to make the unis look good.

Anyway, looks like silly fun.

Dr. McCoy thought the South was pretty cool.

Trek in the Park RULES!!

Btw – Netfilx now is streaming all the Trek’s (Except DS9) now.

I watched Trek in the Park on YouTube…I wanted to go to Oregon so badly after that! But last year my dad and I took a trip there during Thanksgiving….and we both sort of swore we would never travel there again.

So, YouTube people, I am relying on YOU to take your camcorders and iPhones, and get the performances on video for me…I mean us!

Actually, last year’s Trek in the Park was Space Seed. Amok Time was the year before. Adam and the gang really put on a killer show. They fill the park for every performance!

Oh that’s right, Naked Tine was in Seattle. My mistake.

Ok who clicked on this article because on the front page image had a a girl in a short blue dress, come on admit it! :)

Thanks for the mention! I’m the director of the Minneapolis show (and the voice of the ship’s computer). We’re trying to get the word out that tickets are *free* for our show if you show up dressed in Star Trek costume.

Thanks for the mention, Anthony!! The cast and crew of Trek in the Park wish a big LLAP.

If you like Improvised Star Trek, then check out the Improvised Star Trek podcast. A new podcast is released every week! You can also follow us on Facebook, or on Twitter at @improvstartrek

The entire Space Seed performance of last year’s Trek in the Park is at