“It’s an Honorable Life” features performances by Ryan Voss (he/him) as Bailey, a Klingon cursed with a curious inability to die an honorable death and reach Stovokor; his spouse Mary, played by Dawn Krosnowski (she/her), who is both supportive and challenging in equal measures; and the mysterious Q, as portrayed by Tim Uren (he/him), a seemingly antagonistic, omnipotent god who just loves a project. Q serves as Bailey’s guide through his life, playing out hypotheticals at varied stages of his warrior past, exploring all the possible outcomes of his never-to-be hero’s death.
“It’s an Honorable Life” is performed in both Klingon and English, with English supertitles provided so those not fluent in Klingon can easily follow along. The show is suitable for a wide range of audiences but includes simulated violence, including between performers of all genders.
Patrons are invited and encouraged to wear their Klingon, Federation, or other appropriate uniforms. This original production was written by Bill Stiteler, Brian Watson-Jones, Tim Uren, and Tim Wick, and includes references both popular and obscure, right down to the costume details.
Performances will take place throughout December. Dec 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22 and 23 at 7:30pm and Dec 10, and 17 at 2:30pm. Masking is requested during performances while not actively eating or drinking.
Star Trek and all related marks, logos and characters are solely owned by CBS Studios Inc. This fan production is not endorsed by, sponsored by, nor affiliated with CBS, Paramount Pictures, or any other Star Trek franchise, and is a non-commercial fan-made production. No alleged independent rights will be asserted against CBS or Paramount Pictures. All ticket revenues, minus fees and costs, are donations to the Mounds Theatre Company, a volunteer operated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.