‘Boldly Go!’ a musical parody based on Star Trek: The Original Series is now on YouTube for everyone to enjoy.
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Boldly Go! is a musical parody based on Star Trek. In this musical adventure we join the crew of the Enterprise as they boldly go where no musical has gone before!
All your favorites from Star Trek: The Original Series are on board: Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Bones, Sulu, Chekov, Uhura, and of course Scotty. The musical takes place on a mission to the Romulan Neutral zone to explore a strange disturbance and you can bet that there will be singing Romulans and Klingons.
Boldly Go! has 19 original songs…
“These Are the Voyages”
“In Any Case”
“Dammit Jim, I’m a Doctor”
“Klingons Are Misunderstood”
“Captain’s Log (As Great As I Know I Am)”
“And There You Were”
“Dammit Jim, I’m a Doctor (Reprise)”
“The Vulcan Way”
“Klingons Are Misunderstood (Reprise)”
“The Needs of the Many”
“Boldly Go (Reprise)”
“The Warp Drive Tango”
“The United Federation of Planets”
“Honor and Glory”
“The Needs of the Many (Reprise)”
“Live Long and Prosper”
“Take Us Out”
I’m personally very fond of “The Warp Drive Tango.”
The musical was first performed at Caltech, but now through the miracle of the internet you can watch the whole thing online. If you’re looking for a great way to spend a few hours or some great Star Trek tunes to listen to at work Boldly Go! is just the thing.
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