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Stage Left brings back ‘A Star Trek Christmas’

LISBON — Stage Left Players will boldly go where it’s gone before with the return of its original holiday production “A Star Trek Christmas.”

The play, written and directed by Kandace Cleland, tells a Christmas story with characters based on the ones from the original “Star Trek” television series.

In Cleland’s script, StarFleet has assigned Captain Kirk and crew to holiday surveillance duty of the class M mining planet, Borz 5, in remote Sector 11, which is Santa’s sole supply of coalamite in the galaxy. All is calm, all is bright as the Starship Enterprise maintains standard orbit until the Klingons show up with a scheme to get their names off the naughty list and destroy the coalamite supply.

The cast features Kevin Schreffler, Spencer Cleland, Jacob Ward, Paul Dahman, Kari Beil, Marshall Hall, Christine Martin, Jasmine Peuterbaugh, John Diddle, Tessa Young, Robin Tener, Brady Duncan, Ethan Rudibaugh, Kari Lankford, Renee Marple Schreffler, David Humphrey, Lydon Freeman and Mark Hall.

“A Star Trek Christmas” will be staged at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday through Dec. 10 at Trinity Playhouse, 234 E. Lincoln Way, Lisbon. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for students and senior citizens and are available online at stageleftplayers.org and at the door. For more information, email StageLeftSeats@gmail.com or call 724-426-1955.

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