Where No Man Has Gone Before: our hit improvised space parody RETURNS to Theatre Off Jackson for 6 performances in July 2017!
July 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 & 22 at 8pm
Tickets $20 online, $25 at the door.
Theatre Off Jackson
409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
About Where No Man Has Gone Before
Where No Man Has Gone Before, Seattle Experimental Theater’s hit improvised parody of the original Star Trek TV series, is returning to Theatre Off Jackson in July for a two week run. Join the crew of the Enterprise as they encounter a mysterious ship in space and beam aboard its crew (defined by audience suggestions). But are the alien visitors friend or foe? Tensions rise on the Enterprise as the crew and ship are put in unforeseen danger.
At every performance, the cast will use suggestions from the audience to create a brand new episode. Each performance is a completely original adventure.
Where No Man Has Gone Before premiered in 2011 and has since appeared before packed houses in a wide variety of Seattle venues, receiving popular and critical acclaim. The production has been featured in the Hawaii Improvaganza Festival (2012), Seattle Festival of Improv Theater, Geek Girl Con, and at Emerald City Comicon (2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017).
Cast & Crew
Directed by Jeannine Clarke. Produced by Jeannine Clarke and Samantha Hecker.
Featuring (alphabetical order): Tony Beeman, Colin Madison, Cheryl Platz, Wayne Pishue, Jekeva Phillips, Nicholas Schell, Sarah Scheller and Douglas Willott. Technical improvisation by Oliver Trimble.
SET is delighted to announce that Where No Man Has Gone Before, our hit improvised parody of the original Star Trek series, is returning to Redmond as part of the April Fools Improv Festival at SecondStory Repertory. Join us for ONE NIGHT ONLY on Friday April 14 at 8PM. Tickets $15 – available via Brown Paper Tickets or at the box office one hour prior to showtime.
Where No Man Has Gone Before (2016)
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We had a fantastic first week of performances last week for “Where No Man Has Gone Before” – only 3 more chances left to see this 5th anniversary production! (Save $5 off of door prices with advance tickets on Brown Paper … Continue reading
On Wednesday, June 8, Saint Bryan from King 5’s Evening Magazine joined us on the bridge of our Starship Enterprise to take a behind-the-scenes look at the 5-year Seattle perennial hit Where No Man Has Gone Before, an improvised parody of the original Star Trek Series. Thanks for the great time, Evening Magazine!
A writeup is available on the King 5 website here (video requires Flash)
Tickets are selling quickly for our 5th anniversary run of SET’s hit improvised parody of Star Trek, Where No Man Has Gone Before. Join us as your favorite characters and actors return to the bridge of the Enterprise for their only journey in 2016. Secure your own spot on the bridge before it’s too late!
June 9, 10 & 11; June 16, 17 & 18
Thursdays through Saturdays
All shows at 8PM
Advance tickets $20 adults, $15 under 12 at Brown Paper Tickets
Tickets at the door are $25 adults, $20 under 12
Theatre Off Jackson
409 7th Ave S.
Seattle, WA 98104
ABOUT THE SHOW
This fully improvised parody of the original Star Trek TV series has been entertaining packed Seattle houses since June 2011. During each performance, the cast uses suggestions from the audience to create an entirely original episode. Our 5th anniversary run will feature our rare “Space Madness” episode theme, which hasn’t been seen since 2012!
Where No Man Has Gone Before opened in June 2011 at Seattle’s Eclectic Theater. Since then, the production has appeared at venues all over the Seattle area, including Theatre Off Jackson, Emerald City ComicCon 2012-2015; Jet City Improv, Ethnic Cultural Theater; and the Jewel Box Theater. The production is also a multiple-year selection for the Seattle Festival of Improv Theater and also a selection for the Hawaii Improvaganza in 2012.
CAST AND CREW
- Director/Creator: Jeannine Clarke
- Production: Samantha Hecker
- Lighting and Sound Design: Oliver Trimble
- Cast: Nicholas Schell, Douglas Willott, Tony Beeman, Cheryl Platz, Wayne Pishue, Colin Madison, Jekeva Phillips, Sarah Scheller