Caltech boldly goes in a new direction with Star Trek musical
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Whether its splitting atoms or splitting infinitives, no one does it better than the kids at Caltech. To boldly go the worlds most famous split infinitive was the catalyst for their latest theater arts project, a musical tour de force titled Boldly Go Where No Musical Has Gone Before presented by Theater Arts California Institute of Technology aka TACIT. This was a delightful show inspired by the iconic TV series Star Trek. The witty and whacky plot follows the misadventures of the Star Ship Enterprise punctuated by shameless parodies of Gilbert Sullivan, Andrew Lloyd Weber and even Bob Fosse. Boldly Go was written by brothers Grant Remmen, a Caltech theoretical physics grad student, and Cole Remmen, a University of Minnesota theatre arts senior, and directed by TACIT Director Brian Brophy. The show, which featured a cast from both the Caltech and Jet Propulsion Lab communities, opened on Feb 26, at Ramo Auditorium on campus. And on March 3, a benefit dinner at the nearby Chan...
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