News Bullets

By Caillan
February 28, 2002 - 4:12 PM

  • According to the Trekker Newsletter, Leonard Nimoy will narrate a performance of Cantana of Bitter Herbs by composer Ernst Toch at 7:30pm March 10 at Beverly Hills High School. Further details can be found here.

  • William Shatner (James T. Kirk) will be resuming his role as spokesperson for Priceline.com. Rather than singing this time around, he'll be working with Priceline's 'super computer.' Go here to read more. Thanks to Paul Cahill for this!

  • A new article from Shatner dealing with autograph signings at conventions has been posted at his official web site.

  • Jolene Blalock (T'Pol) recently talked about following in Spock's footsteps with British cable and satellite channel Sky One. "I'm ecstatic," she said. "Not only do I get to precede him; I get to do the first Vulcan mind-meld - we're making history!" Thanks to Mark Hastings for this!

  • A review of Kate Mulgrew (Kathryn Janeway) in 'Tea at Five' is up at monkee's place. "After watching Star Trek: Voyager for seven years, I already knew that Kate Mulgrew was an exceptional actress, but this play truly showcased her considerable talent," monkee wrote. "She received an enthusiastic, heartfelt ovation for her performance, and it was richly deserved. Bravo, Kate!" The complete review can be found here.

  • Majel Barrett Roddenberry (Lwaxanda Troi, Nurse Chapel) has been added to the guest list for Creation Entertainment's Pasadena Grand Slam convention next month.

  • The repeat promo for 'Civilization' is up at Outpost6.net.

  • Jacqueline Bundy recently posted her review of the latest Starfleet Corps of Engineers collection - 'Miracle Workers.' "The variety of stories keeps things from getting dull," she wrote. "Despite the fact that you meet the same main characters with slight variations in each tale, the various writing styles and plotting choices keep the stories from seeming repetitive." Read more at the Trekker Newsletter.

  • Dominic Keating's (Malcolm Reed) offical web site has been updated with a brief report and pictures from the actor's recent Seattle convention appearance.

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