OUR 2014 CELEBRITY GUESTS
     
OUR 2014 FEATURED GUESTS
       
OUR 2014 SENIOR STAFF
 Eric L. Watts, Founder & Chairman, Senior Director of Programming  Mike Henigan, Gaming Director
 Charles H. Strobel, Director of Convention Operations  Russell Ruhland, Director of On-Site Registration
 Matt Steinberg, Director of Technical Operations  Mark A. Ozanick, Director of Guest Transportation & Services
 Brian Holloway, Director of Star Trek Track Operations  Marq Collins, Director of Videography
 Marcia Patterson, Director of Space Opera Track Operations  Jeff "Legoless" Moore, Director of Security
 Cheralyn Lambeth, Director of Star Wars Programming  Jay Cannon, Con Suite Director
 Jenna "Tink" McCoy, Director of Firefly Programming  
   
OUR 2014 PROGRAMMING TRACKS
 
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Our 2014 Guests
Michael Bednar
Michael Bednar plays First Officer Robert Tacket in Farragut Films' Starship Farragut, an independent film series based on the original series of Star Trek.  Starship Farragut focuses on the crew of the USS Farragut and takes place during the time of the legendary Captain James T. Kirk of the starship Enterprise.  Bednar has received many accolades from fans based on his natural presence on screen and his above-average acting ability.

In addition, Bednar's extraordinary talent in model-building, a side business that he has done professionally since 1993, qualifies him to supply Farragut Films' productions with all of their props.  To the delight of colleagues and fans alike, he has taken the lead role in detailing set furnishings with an unrivaled attention to detail.  His special effects and electronic skills add believability and realism to Starship Farragut's 23rd-century equipment.

As Vice President of Farragut Films, Bednar directs all day-to-day activities in the company and is responsible for efficient operations management and quality of company productions.  Bednar has over eighteen years of progressive Information Technology (IT) expertise and has leveraged his career experience as a high-level IT Technician for the U.S. government by overseeing all IT aspects of Farragut Films.

When he has time to relax and unwind, Bednar enjoys surfing the net, building science fiction models, working on his sports car and watching movies at home with his family.
 
Renda Carr
Renda Carr plays Chief Medical Officer Dr. Maura Drake in Project: Potemkin.  Set shortly after Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, Project: Potemkin is a fan film series that takes place in 2296 aboard the USS Potemkin, an uprated Constitution III class starship (such as the USS Enterprise, NCC-1701-A).  She also plays Lieutenant Saavik in the fan-produced audio drama series Star Trek: Grissom and guest-starred in that role in the "The Road to Tomed" episode of the fan-produced audio drama series Star Trek: Valkyrie.  Carr also guest-stars as Captain Alexandra Kole of the USS Avenger in the live-action
fan film production Star Trek: Reliant episode "Missing in Action."  Previously, she played Commander Saavik in the fan film production Star Trek: Lexington.

Carr is a singer, writer, actor, producer, costumer and voice actor.  She was singing in church before she could walk, carrying out harmony with a family group.  As the years passed, she entered and won talent and modeling contests, acted in local school and church plays, wrote Star Trek fan fiction and edited Star Trek fanzines.  She has also been in many fashion shows in college and afterwards, both on the catwalk and as a fashion designer and management professional.  Carr has done fashion music videos for companies like Just For Feet and charity Fashion's Night Out events for breast cancer charities.  She has also done video editing and camera work for a syndicated gospel music program.

Working with Star Trek fan productions is rewarding for Carr and helps her continue a hobby that began a long time ago.  She also loves football, her cats (especially Leo) and her husband Tim... not necessarily in that order.
 
Dan Carroll
Dan Carroll is the host of Seriously, Dan, a weekly two-hour radio talk show broadcasting on WYXC-AM 1270 in Cartersville, Georgia, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Saturdays.  Carroll answers callers' questions about life, geekery, careers and romance, and often does live remote broadcasts from Atlanta-area conventions.

With over twenty-five years experience as a communications analyst, business consultant and media expert, Carroll knows how to listen.  Seriously, Dan is his way of giving back to the world for all of his blessings.  He sincerely believes he is fulfilling his vocation to help others learn from his mistakes and a laugh or two along the way.  While he takes you seriously, he doesn't take himself seriously.

TrekTrax Atlanta is pleased to host a live broadcast of Seriously, Dan on Saturday, April 26.  In the meantime, visit Carroll's web site and Facebook page.
 
Keith R. A. DeCandido
Rocketed to Earth as an infant to avoid the destruction of his home planet, Keith R. A. DeCandido was raised by a roving pack of gypsy librarians.  He's written tons and tons of novels, comic books, short stories, novellas, eBooks and nonfiction in the Star Trek universe, the latest of which is The Klingon Art of War, which will be debuting at TXA.  He's also covered The Next Generation (the novels Diplomatic Implausibility, Q & A and A Time for War, a Time for Peace; one of the eBooks in the Slings and Arrows miniseries; "Four Lights" in The Sky's the Limit; the comic books Perchance to Dream and Captain's Log: Jellico), Deep Space Nine (the novels Demons of Air and Darkness and Ferenginar: Satisfaction is Not Guaranteed; the novella Horn and Ivory in What Lay Beyond; "Broken Oaths" in Prophecy and Change), Voyager (the short novel The Mirror-Scaled Serpent in Mirror Universe: Obsidian Alliances; "Letting Go" in Distant Shores), Starfleet Corps of Engineers (the editor of the series and the author of a dozen of its stories), New Frontier ("Revelations" in No Limits) and lots more fiction focusing on the Klingons (the novels A Good Day to Die, Honor Bound, Enemy Territory, A Burning House and The Art of the Impossible; the short stories "The Unhappy Ones" in Seven Deadly Sins, "loDnI'pu' vavpu' je" in Tales from the Captain's Table and "Family Matters" in Mirror Universe: Shards and Shadows; the comic book Alien Spotlight: Klingons).  He's also written a couple of political thrillers in the Trek universe, Articles of the Federation and A Singular Destiny, the alternate reality novel A Gutted Word in Myriad Universes: Echoes and Refractions.  He's also written several articles for Star Trek Magazine, contributed to New Life & New Civlizations: Exploring Star Trek Comics, and his rewatch of The Next Generation ran on Tor.com from April 2011 to May 2013, with his Deep Space Nine rewatch currently running twice a week on that site.

DeCandido has also written in a ton of other media universes ranging from TV shows (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Farscape, Leverage, Supernatural) to games (BattleTech, Dungeons & Dragons, StarCraft, World of Warcraft) to comic books (the Hulk, Spider-Man, the Silver Surfer, the X-Men) to films (Cars, Kung Fu Panda, Resident Evil, Serenity).  He is the author of the acclaimed "Precinct" series of high fantasy/mystery novels, including Dragon Precinct, Unicorn Precinct, Goblin Precinct, Tales from Dragon Precinct and Gryphon Precinct, with Mermaid Precinct due in 2013.  Other recent and upcoming work includes the Leverage novel The Zoo Job; the superhero/police procedural SCPD: The Case of the Claw; the urban fantasy short story collection Ragnarok and Roll: Tales of Cassie Zukav, Weirdness Magnet; and contributions to several shared worlds, including Jonathan Maberry's horror anthology V-Wars (the short story "The Ballad of Big Charlie"), Steven Savile's thriller series Viral (the novella -30-) and Aaron Rosenberg & David Niall Wilson's science fiction concept, "Tales from the Scattered Earth" (the novel Guilt in Innocence).  His recent short fiction has appeared in Apolcaypse 13, Bad-Ass Faeries: It's Elemental, Defending the Future: Best Laid Plans, Liar Liar, More Tales of Zorro, Out of Tune and Tales from the House Band Volumes 1 & 2.

DeCandido is also a longtime editor, having supervised several major book lines (the Marvel novels of the 1990s, the aforementioned Starfleet Corps of Engineers eBooks from 2000-2008) and edited many novels and anthologies—among the latter, Doctor Who: The Quality of Leadership, the Star Trek anthologies New Frontier: No Limits, Tales of the Dominion War and Tales from the Captain's Table.

He was inexplicably honored by the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers with a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009, which means he never needs to achieve anything ever again.  Despite this, that same year he also achieved his first-degree black belt in karate and achieved his promotion to second degree in 2013.

In addition to his authorial and editorial hats, DeCandido is also a musician, currently the percussionist for the Boogie Knights.  He joined the band in 2006, after backing up acts such as the Don't Quit Your Day Job Players, the Randy Bandits, David Honigsberg and Steve Rosenhaus, and appears on the Knights' CDs Many a Sleepless Knight and Wasted Days and Wasted Knights.

Besides all that, DeCandido is a regular contributor to The Chronic Rift pop-culture podcast, does voices for the audiodramas HG World, The Dome and Gypsy Cove, and has his own podcast, Dead Kitchen Radio.  Find out less at DeCandido's cheerfully retro web site at DeCandido.net, which is the gateway to his blog, his Facebook page, his Twitter feed, the aforementioned podcasts and a whole lot more.
 

Abby Evans
Abby Evans plays security officer Lt. Tyler Landon in Project: Potemkin.  Set shortly after Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, Project: Potemkin is a fan film series that takes place in 2296 aboard the USS Potemkin, an uprated Constitution III class starship (such as the USS Enterprise, NCC-1701-A).

Evans has appeared in seven Project: Potemkin vignettes, many of which will be released this year, and has recently co-directed an episode yet to be released.  She graduated from Darton College with an AA in art and theater and is getting married and moving to Mississippi in the summer.  Her drama instructor at Darton was Deborah-Liss Green, who is married to Jeffrey Green, the drama instructor at Georgia Southwestern University who plays Captain Alec Grigory in Project: Potemkin.  Evans' favorite role to date is Toto—yes, Toto—in The Wizard of Oz.

 
Felt Nerdy and Death By Puppets
Felt Nerdy is the Atlanta-based husband and wife puppetry performance team of Veronica and Charles Bramlett.  Death By Puppets is "puppet people doing various puppety stuff, usually on YouTube" and is comprised of Charles Pillsbury, Maria D'Souza Walters and John Stephen King.
 
Go, Robo!  Go!
Go, Robo! Go! is a post-pop/nerd rock band hailing from Atlanta, currently comprised of Matt Nix (vocals and guitar), Joe Dolan (bass and vocals) and Chris Preziotti (drums).  Since 2007, the four-piece rock group has been collectively entertaining audiences and non-audiences with their blend of catchy rock and roll and undeniable good looks.  With lyrics that draw inspiration from tentacle monsters, apocalyptic scripture, gay romance in the 1800s and demon possession—and a sound that combines new-age electronics and programming with old-school, fiery guitar-driven rock—the band touts a catalog that is equally as dynamic as their energetic, critically acclaimed live show.  Celebrating the release of their new EP, Still Unprofessional, the band is looking forward to a year of giant explosions and uncomfortable noises.

After first playing for TrekTrax Atlanta's Saturday Night Live Concert block in 2013, we are pleased to welcome Go, Robo! Go! back for a second year.  
Learn more about them here!
 
Betsy Goodrich
Betsy Goodrich is well known for not only her role in Leader of the Band (1988), in which she played the role of a Grady High School Band Booster, but also her current role as a singing super-heroine, "Danger Woman, The Songbird of Justice."

Goodrich loves to be interviewed about her documentary, Disabled But Able to Rock! (2010), which is in the tradition of Darius Goes West, only cuter and sweeter, in which it tells the story about Goodrich and her heroic persona known as "Danger Woman" and her many adventures and misadventures in the real and Internet worlds.

Goodrich is also the real reason why her appearance as Danger Woman in the Emmy Award-winning documentary Four Days at Dragon*Con (2010) has helped her make people very aware of her existence and educate people more about her movie, Disabled But Able to Rock.  Although uncredited, Goodrich can also be seen in the movie The Change-Up (2011), in which she plays the role of an Atlanta Braves fan who somehow gets caught in the middle of the proverbial action.

As Danger Woman, Goodrich fights the "Tri-phobes": Race-ophobia, Homophobia and Disable-phobia, with her high-octave voice and her eccentric group of friends from the underground subculture of Atlanta.  Danger Woman has made a cultural impact in her hometown by assisting in the founding of the comic convention Dragon*Con, recording six full albums and performing at various cultural events.  More information about Danger Woman and her music can be found on her ReverbNation web page.

TrekTrax Atlanta is pleased to present "Danger Woman" as part of our Opening Ceremonies for 2014.
 
Darren Hann
Darren Hann is the executive producer of and plays Captain Miles O'Brien in the fan film production Star Trek: Reliant, set in the 24th century 10 years after the return of the USS Voyager to the Alpha Quadrant.  Star Trek: Reliant released eight episodes during its first season and recently released "Brother's Keeper," the first episode of its second season, filmed in conjunction with the New York-based fan film production Star Trek: Antyllus.

Hann is an avid lover of science fiction and often referred to locally as "that Star Trek guy."  Along with being an entrepreneur and organizer of the "Sci-Fi on the Rock" convention for the past seven years, Hann is also a published writer, producer and owner of his own production company, Hann Made Productions.  His writing career began in 1987 with his first story in the science fiction magazine Star Ship Accessories, published in Germany.  Since then, he has had nearly 30 stories and articles published in various books and magazines.  Some of his latest writings included the story "Time Diamond," which was published by Engen Books in a book called Sci-Fi from the Rock.  Another story called "The Holy Troll" was included in the second book in the series, and a third, titled "The Fishing Trip," will be in the third book.  His 2012 book, Time Stone, continues the adventures of the characters from the Time Diamond stories.  "The Imagination Journals," the second book of the series, was launched in the spring of 2013.  Both books are available on Amazon.com.

Hann is the community producer and co-host of Reality Breaks on Rogers TV.  Reality Breaks covers sci-fi and fantasy in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.  He has also produced stage plays, including productions of Doctor Horrible's Sing Along Blog, Dracula and Beetlejuice, to raving reviews.
 
Hyperspace
Formed in September 2011, Hyperspace is a nerdy pop punk band from Atlanta, Georgia.  Hyperspace are Jason Kochis (guitar, vocals), Ryan Paul (drums, backing vocals, brony advocate) and Todd Ensworth (bass, backing vocals).  The band mixes punk, distorted guitars and catchy songs to create their own brand of pop punk.  Their songs tend to be about girls (with or without glasses), Star Wars, Dragon*Con, comic books and other nerdy stuff.  Hyperspace will perform for TrekTrax Atlanta on Saturday evening.  Learn more about them here!
 
Randall Landers
Randall Landers plays Commander Brian Reigert in Project: Potemkin.  Set shortly after Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, Project: Potemkin is a fan film series that takes place in 2296 aboard the USS Potemkin, an uprated Constitution III class starship (such as the USS Enterprise, NCC-1701-A).

The creator and executive producer of Project: Potemkin called Mableton, Georgia, his home town until he went off to Emory University in Atlanta.  Graduating with a B.A. in Liberal Studies, Landers began working at Kinko's, a nationwide copy center, in 1980.  In 1983, he became the manager of the Georgia Tech Library Copy Service which at that time was managed by Kinko's.  In 1986, he and his longtime girlfriend Linda Marcusky moved to Albany, Georgia.  Not finding a copy center to work for, Landers turned to teaching and taught Science to 6th graders in nearby Sylvester, Georgia.  With the birth of his third child in 1994, Landers retired from teaching and opened Fast Copy, Albany's first copy center.  In 2013, Landers sold Fast Copy and started his own video services company, Stellar Video Services, which produces corporate-level videos and commercials and provides other business-related video services.  Landers has also been the publisher and editor-in-chief of Orion Press, which has published hundreds of fanzines over the years.

Landers appears in "The Old Guys" and "Care for a Lift?" as the thoroughly unlikeable Brian Reigert.
 

Rob LeDrew
Rob LeDrew plays Doctor Gordon Higgins in the fan film production Star Trek: Reliant, set in the 24th century 10 years after the return of the USS Voyager to the Alpha Quadrant.  Star Trek: Reliant released eight episodes during its first season and recently released "Brother's Keeper," the first episode of its second season, filmed in conjunction with the New York-based fan film production Star Trek: Antyllus.

LeDrew has been a sci-fi fan ever since he saw Star Trek back in the early seventies.  He spent many hours building Star Trek model kits as soon as they were released.  Growing up, he borrowed his uncle's Super 8 camera and with the added imagination of his best friends, they made sci-fi and horror movies after school.

When not fixing up Starfleet personnel on away missions, LeDrew is a career airline pilot.  He remembers the day he decided to become a pilot: during the snow speeder scene in The Empire Strikes Back.  He's been cursing George Lucas ever since.

LeDrew lives in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, where you will find him acting as the good doctor in Star Trek: Reliant and helping out behind the scenes on special effects for Hann Made Productions.

 
Leslie Lewis
Leslie Lewis
plays Lt. Seren in Project: Potemkin.  Set shortly after Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, Project: Potemkin is a fan film series that takes place in 2296 aboard the USS Potemkin, an uprated Constitution III class starship (such as the USS Enterprise, NCC-1701-A).

Lewis is an aspiring writer and director who grew up in a household that loved science fiction and fantasy.  She studied acting and some behind-the-scenes work at Darton State College.  While not a complete expert, she does consider herself a Star Trek fan.
 
Arlene Martel
Arlene Martel is an actress from New York City best known to Star Trek fans for playing Spock's bride-to-be, T'Pring, in the original series episode "Amok Time."

In 1965, Martel was among the candidates for the role of Doctor Elizabeth Dehner for the second Star Trek pilot, "Where No Man Has Gone Before."  However, the role would have required her to wear silver contact lenses, which might have damaged her sensitive eyes.  Nearly two years later, she auditioned for Star Trek again, this time for the role of Sylvia in "Catspaw."  Again, she didn't get cast, because the production staff had seen her as the ideal actress for T'Pring in "Amok Time."

In her career prior to 1964, Martel was billed under her maiden name of Arlene Sax or Arline Sax.  The latter is the name she was billed under when she appeared in a 1960 episode of The Rebel called "The Hunted," opposite Leonard Nimoy.  She also used that name when she made her film debut, in the 1964 mystery The Glass Cage, which was one of her few movie roles as a leading lady.

She was billed as Arline Martel in the "Demon With a Glass Hand" episode of The Outer Limits, written by Harlan Ellison.  She has occasionally been credited as Tasha Martel, as in the 1978 Battlestar Galactica episode "The Long Patrol," in which she played Adulteress 58.  She had a recurring role as French Underground contact Tiger on the television series Hogan's Heroes from 1965 through 1967, though she later played two different characters on the show.  Martel has also appeared on such shows as The Twilight Zone, The Untouchables, Perry Mason, Route 66, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Mannix and Gunsmoke, as well as such sitcoms as My Favorite Martian, I Dream of Jeannie and Bewitched.  She also appeared in the Mission: Impossible episode "Terror" with Leonard Nimoy as Paris.

Martel was the female lead in the 1968 action film Angels from Hell.  Her subsequent film credits include Chatterbox (1977), Dracula's Dog (1978), and three Columbo TV movies: The Greenhouse Jungle (1972), Double Exposure (1973) and A Friend in Deed (1974).  Many of Martel's television appearances can be seen in a video compilation at Arlene Martel: Reflections.

Martel has been married three times and has three children.  She is an animal rights activist who works with Last Chance for Animals to prevent the selling dogs and cats for medical research and has recently appeared in an HBO special investigative report on this subject.  In 2012, Martel published Mixed Messages with Jeff Minniti about her experiences in life and love, a contrast to her T'Pring character's experience in life and love.  Mixed Messages is available on Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com.
 
Dale Morton
Dale Morton is a costume designer, sculptor, mask maker and makeup artist from West Virginia.  In addition to being a lifelong Star Trek fan, he is also owner of two companies, DMS Mascot Costumes, where he and his team create professional mascot characters for school and corporate use, and Dale Morton's Monster Morgue, where they design and create Halloween masks and props.  Morton has created makeup and characters for several independent film productions, an episode of Rescue 911, and most recently created a full Ferengi prosthetic makeup piece for an upcoming episode of James Cawley's Star Trek: Phase II, as well as some statuary props for Kirk's quarters.  Morton will be involved with Phase II again this June, helping to create a mass of Original Series Klingons.
 
Joann Pelley
Joann Pelley plays 7 of 9 in the fan film production Star Trek: Reliant, set in the 24th century 10 years after the return of the USS Voyager to the Alpha Quadrant.  Star Trek: Reliant released eight episodes during its first season and recently released "Brother's Keeper," the first episode of its second season, filmed in conjunction with the New York-based fan film production Star Trek: Antyllus.

Pelley has loved science fiction for as long as she can remember.  Her favorite memories are those of watching Captain James T. Kirk with her dad on Sunday afternoons in Toronto, Ontario, where she was born.  After attending Memorial University, she was very pleased to stumble upon the first "Sci-Fi on the Rock" convention in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, where she now makes her home.

Pelley had her first appearance on screen playing a female Jaffa warrior in the Stargate SG-1 and Doctor Who crossover fan film Stargate: Replication from Hann Made Productions, and followed up with an appearance as the doctor in Hann's modern-day remake of Plan 9.5 from Outer Space.

Pelley attended TrekTrax Atlanta in 2013 and is very excited to be returning in 2014!
 
Philippe René
Philippe René is a director for the fan film production Star Trek: Reliant, set in the 24th century 10 years after the return of the USS Voyager to the Alpha Quadrant.  Star Trek: Reliant released eight episodes during its first season, five of which were directed by René, and recently released "Brother's Keeper," the first episode of its second season, filmed in conjunction with the New York-based fan film production Star Trek: Antyllus.

Having been a portrait photographer for over ten years, René had no trouble making the transition to video for Star Trek: Reliant.  He has been involved with many different local video productions, including short films and music videos.  Directing Star Trek: Reliant is not only a new challenge, but also a treat, since he has been a huge Star Trek fan since the age of 8.

René currently resides in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, and works closely with Hann Made Productions.
 
Jeremy Roberts
Jeremy Roberts played the role of Lieutenant Commander Dimitri Valtane in both Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and the Star Trek: Voyager retro-episode "Flashback."  He also appeared in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Hippocratic Oath" as Meso'Clan.

Roberts enlisted in the United States Marine Corps when he was 17 and served during Viet Nam.  Four years later, he was honorably discharged from the USMC with the rank of Sergeant.  He returned to Hollywood and attended Los Angeles Valley College, obtaining an A. A. in Theater Arts and appearing in various productions including The Misanthrope, Rashomon and The Dumbwaiter.  Roberts was then accepted into The American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco where one of his classmates was Annette Bening.  He appeared in productions of King Lear, Macbeth and many others.  After graduating from ACT, he moved on to repertory theater with the Pacific Conservatory Theater, Denver Center Theater and various others.

Roberts' first television role was in John Ritter’s dramedy, Hooperman, and his first film role was in Christmas Vacation.  He has since appeared in over 200 co-starring and guest starring roles over the past 30 years, including CSI: Miami, Xena: Warrior Princess and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and in the video games Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom and Wing Commander: Prophecy.

Roberts is married to professional ice skater Cerlette Lamme and has one daughter.
 
Clay Sayre
Clay Sayre is a very disturbed 48-year-old who thinks he's still 25, surrounds himself with toys and still plays Star Trek with his friends.  He plays the Ferengi Commander in the Star Trek: Phase II episode "The Holiest Thing" and will portray Kor in the upcoming Star Trek: Phase II episode "MindSifter."  He also leads a secret double life as a high school art teacher who has worked as a professional makeup artist (Ghost Stories, Psycho Kickboxer, Strangest Dreams: Invasion of the Space Preachers) as well as doing artwork for Cryptozoic Entertainment's The Walking Dead and The Hobbit trading card sets.
 
Felix Silla
Felix Silla is an actor and stuntman who appeared as a Talosian in the original Star Trek series pilot "The Cage."  He did not receive credit for this role.  Hailing from a small village outside Rome, Italy, the 3' 11"-tall Silla began his career in show business as a circus performer and toured with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus following his arrival in the United States in 1955.  In the early 1960s, he broke into acting and stuntwork.

One of Silla's best-known roles in that of the short, hair-covered, gibberish-speaking Cousin Itt on the classic 1960s television series The Addams Family.  He is also known for playing the robot Twiki in the science fiction series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and Lucifer in the original Battlestar Galactica.  In all three of these shows, Silla wore his character's costume while another actor provided the character's voice.  In addition to these roles, Silla was a regular performer on H. R. Pufnstuf and played the lovable Ewok Retah in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

Silla is also well-known for playing Litvak, the maniacal, miniature Hitler who menaces George Segal in The Black Bird (1975).  Besides Star Trek, Silla made guest appearances on such television programs as Petticoat Junction, The Monkees, Bewitched, The Dukes of Hazzard and Married... with Children.  He has also acted in a number of other films, including Point Blank (1967), the original Planet of the Apes (1968), Black Samurai (1977), Demon Seed (1977), The Manitou (1978), The Brood (1979), Meatballs Part II (1984), House (1986) and as a Dink in Mel Brooks' popular 1987 sci-fi spoof Spaceballs.

Silla's stunt work consists primarily of feature films, including Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973), The Towering Inferno (1974), Robert Wise's The Hindenburg (1975), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), Poltergeist (1982) and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984).  He was more recently a stunt actor on 1992's Batman Returns, in which he played an emperor penguin, one of the Penguin's "henchbirds."

Between movies, Silla frequently appears in Las Vegas and Reno night clubs with his own musical combo, The Original Harmonica Band.  Silla and his wife Sue have been married since 1965 and have two children, Bonnie and Michael.
 
The Spirit of Broadway presents
Blake Feagin as
Luke Skywalker
Alexandra Pauley as
Leia Skywalker
Dacus Stewart as
Anakin/Darth Vader
Mark Davis as
Obi-Wan
Trevor Petty as
Han
Ruth Penfield as
Schmi Skywalker
Gail Jones as
Palpatine
Andrea White as
Padmé Skywalker
Danielle Coates as
Sith Lordess
Gabrielle Claiborne
as Landa
Marlina McKay as
Jedi Master
The Spirit of Broadway
The Spirit of Broadway donates 100% of all proceeds from every performance to local Atlanta charities.  The 2013 beneficiary was the Metropolitan Community Center.

The Metropolitan Community Center is passionate about its "Compassion" programs, designed to feed the homeless and needy of Atlanta, including a food bank that feeds over 150 individuals every week and a hot, home-cooked meal every Wednesday evening for the homeless or anyone who may need a little help along the way.  Plus, there is a clothing closet and programs to help those in need get back on their feet.

Our relationship with the First Metropolitan Community Church and the Atlanta Community Food Bank allows us to purchase food for $0.16 per pound and stretch our limited funds to meet the needs of so many, but we can do so much more with your support.  Several volunteers donate their time and food to create delicious home-cooked dinners in the community center.  You are welcome to join us any Wednesday from 5:00-6:00 p.m. to see just how much of a difference you can make in your local community.  Want to volunteer during the Wednesday night dinners, the food bank program or with any other program?  Please call (404) 325-4143 and get signed up today!
 
Robert Withrow
Robert Withrow portrays Admiral Robert "Bob" Withrow, Chief of Operations of the sector the Enterprise patrols in James Cawley's Star Trek: Phase II.  The Admiral first appeared in the vignette "Going Boldly," will be in the upcoming episode "The Holiest Thing," and will also be a recurring character in future episodes.

Withrow is a lifelong Star Trek fan and has one of the largest screen-used Trek uniform collections in the country.  Some highlights of his collection are a Captain Kirk Class D from Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Commander Sulu from Star Trek: The Motion Picture and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Admiral Cartwright from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and Chancellor Gorkon/General Chang from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.  Withrow's collection also consists of many costumes outside the Trek universe, with pieces from the original Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers, Planet of the Apes, Braveheart, The Last Samurai, The Patriot and one of his personal favorites, Sean Connery's Capt. Ramius uniform from The Hunt for Red October.

When Withrow is not enjoying time with his wife and three children, he owns and operates a successful company that manufactures vinyl replacement windows and offers full-service home improvement.
 
Christin Woods
Christin Woods plays Ensign T'Noshi in Project: Potemkin.  Set shortly after Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, Project: Potemkin is a fan film series that takes place in 2296 aboard the USS Potemkin, an uprated Constitution III class starship (such as the USS Enterprise, NCC-1701-A).

Woods is an aspiring actress from Plains, Georgia.  She received her Bachelor of Arts in Theater from Georgia Southwestern State University.  She has performed in several theatrical productions and is now local to the Atlanta area, pursuing her film career, having enjoyed working on camera for "The Night the Stars Fell from the Sky" so much.

Our 2014 Senior Staff
Eric L. Watts
Founder & Chairman,
Senior Director of Programming

Eric L. Watts has been active in Star Trek fandom for more than thirty years and is one of the most well-known Star Trek fans in the Southeast.  He brings a wealth of convention-running experience, fan club management and insider knowledge to the TrekTrax Atlanta con committee.

Mr. Watts started watching Star Trek in the early 1970s, attended his first Star Trek convention in 1978 and started his first fan club, The United Federation of Trekkers, in Columbia, South Carolina, in 1980.  During his presidency, the UFT became the state's largest Star Trek fan club, with more than 100 members.  He served as president and newsletter editor for eight years and was often interviewed by the local media during the heyday of the first four Star Trek motion pictures.

In 1992, Mr. Watts joined Dragon*Con to create a new track of programming devoted exclusively to Star Trek.  "TrekTrak" debuted in 1993 and over the next 17 years became one of Dragon*Con's largest, highest-profile and most widely acclaimed programming tracks.
  In 2002, Mayor Shirley Franklin proclaimed September 2 of that year as "TrekTrak Day" in the City of Atlanta.  His signature event, the Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant, was one of America Online's "Top 11 Most Offbeat Beauty Pageants" for two consecutive years and has been featured in Shock, Spin, Discover, Maxim and Bizarre magazines, on the syndicated TMZ television program, and on the Fox News, Today Show and countless other web sites.

In 2006, Mr. Watts was elected Commanding Officer of the USS Republic NCC-1371, the STARFLEET International chapter in Atlanta.  The Republic had less than 10 members when he was elected but by the end of 2009, had over 100 members and was the largest STARFLEET chapter in the world.  In 2007, Mr. Watts won the prestigious STARFLEET International Commanding Officer of the Year Award and over the last next six years, has won fourteen additional Region 2 awards in newsletter, web site, member recruitment and mothership categories.  The Republic was featured on the front cover of the April 2010 issue of the STARFLEET International newsletter, The Communiqué, in recognition of its extraordinary growth during the previous three years.

Mr. Watts was featured in the
Emmy Award-winning documentary Four Days at Dragon*Con in 2010 and served as a production assistant on the set of Star Trek: New Voyages for the episode "World Enough and Time" starring George Takei in 2006.  He also played Korgoth, the Klingon bartender, in the Project: Potemkin vignette "Closing Time" in 2013, a Klingon in the "We Are Klingon" music video on YouTube in 2013, and both an alien and a Southern redneck in the Doctor Who: The Forgotten Doctor episode "Ouroborus," to be released in 2013.
 
Charles H. Strobel
Director of Convention Operations


Charles H. Strobel has been involved with Atlanta fandom for twenty years.  He worked as part of the Guest Services Team for Dragon*Con and is one of the founders of AnachroCon.  In addition, he's worked a variety of live events, including the Stone Mountain Highland Games, Atlanta Celtic Festival, Georgia Renaissance Festival and Netherworld Haunted House.  Mr. Strobel joined TrekTrax Atlanta as Director of Convention Operations in 2013.
 
Matt Steinberg
Director of Technical Operations


Matt Steinberg joined TrekTrax Atlanta as a staff volunteer in 2011 and has served as Director of Technical Operations since 2013.
 
Brian Holloway
Director of Star Trek Track Operations

Brian Holloway began his theatre career at the ripe old age of 7 when he appeared in a regional theatrical production of Fiddler on the Roof with his father.  Since then, the acting bug has hit hard and became a full-time commitment.  Although he dabbled in the medical field for a short time, he could not be kept long from the bright lights and appeal of the stage.  After receiving his BFA in Performance Arts, he toured nationally with several theatre organizations for about seven years and could be seen headlining in productions ranging from Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing and Henry IV, Parts I & II to musicals like Big River, Man of La Mancha, Kiss Me, Kate and Jekyll & Hyde, to name a few.

Mr. Holloway got into the sci-fi realm when he was still in high school in Utah and has been an avid and regular convention attendee since he was 15.  He has also received theatre degrees in costume and makeup design and has won national and regional awards for his design work.  He even had costume designs for an original theatrical piece, HOTLINE!, displayed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.  While in Utah, he was fortunate to befriend Paula Crist, who served as an actress and stuntwoman for productions like Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Battlestar Galactica and the TV series Planet of the Apes.  Crist got him connected to the film industry and he has been fortunate enough to land limited work in such productions as The Patriot, Last of the Mohicans, Domestic Disturbance, Doctor Who: The Movie, HIGHLANDER: The Series, Shallow Hal and Star Trek.  He is currently the Special Make-Up F/X Supervisor for Star Trek: Phase II.

Mr. Holloway lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, and has had the great fortune to meet such wonderful people there and has learned much from local celebs and fellow con-goers such as Cheralyn Lambeth, the 501st Squadron and the SCA Wardrobe Guild.  He served as TrekTrax Atlanta's Director of Costuming & Makeup Programming from 2011 to 2013 and takes over as Director of the Star Trek Programming Track beginning in 2014.
 
Marcia Patterson
Director of Space Opera Track Operations

Ms. Patterson gets great joy from helping fans and stars interact for magical fun.  From childhood, like zillions of others, she became enthralled with Star Trek, along with reruns of The Outer Limits and The Twilight Zone.  Her semi-pro involvement with sci-fi fandom began with her love of the television show Beauty and the Beast (with Linda Hamilton and Ron Perlman).  She was selected to head the large local
Beauty and the Beast fan club and helped organize South of Oz, a Beauty and the Beast fan convention in Florida, where she produced the literary competition, hosted the award show and produced her first celebrity and fan panels.

In the mid 1990s, in northeast Florida, Ms. Patterson worked as host and head writer for the First Coast Fandom cable show and as editor and co-publisher of the zine FanNews.  In the sports world, she was voted in as president of the official fan club for the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team and did voice work for their commercials.  In 2003, she created Stargate Offworld, the first fan-produced Stargate-only convention in the United States.

Ms. Patterson served as staff for the American Sci-Fi Track at Dragon*Con for many years and as the director of their Stargate Programming Track for three years.  She "birthed" the MegaPanel, for a mix of fun and madness, where she hosted up to a dozen guests on stage at the same time.  She has also produced fan programming at the sprawling San Diego Comic-Con.

Over the years, Ms. Patterson has continued to work with producers, media outlets, companies and production companies, actors, across many fields, and now joins the staff of TrekTrax Atlanta as Director of the Space Opera Programming Track to help foster new adventures!
 

Cheralyn Lambeth
Director of Star Wars Programming

Cheralyn Lambeth likes to refer to herself as a "fan who went pro," crediting her work in the film/TV/entertainment industry to her early love of Star Wars.  After a brief stint in the Air Force Reserve, she went on to study drama and Radio/Television/Motion Pictures at the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill.  Shortly after graduation, Ms. Lambeth relocated to New York to study at The Juilliard School and earned her first fifteen minutes of fame performing Off-Broadway with John Leguiazamo in Mambo Mouth.  She then moved to Minneapolis to create Muppet costumes for Sesame Street Live (as well as a large purple bunny for the film The Net), and returned to New York a year later to work with Jim Henson Productions on the TV series Dinosaurs! and the film The Muppet Christmas Carol.

After her time at Henson, Ms. Lambeth worked with Paramount Production Services, creating costumes and props for Paramount properties such as the Star Trek Earth Tour, Titanic: The Movie on Tour, and Star Trek: The Experience at the Las Vegas Hilton.  Some of her other credits include work both behind and in front of the camera on The Patriot, The New World, Evan Almighty and Leatherheads, as well as costuming work on the National Park Service film Manassas: End of Innoncence, directed by Star Wars sound specialist Ben Burtt.  She was also a principal character in The History Channel docudrama "Isaac's Storm," which premiered in the fall of 2004 and can still occasionally be seen on THC.  Her most recent work is on the film Blood Done Sign My Name with Rick Schroeder.

On the fan side of things, Ms. Lambeth is proud to be an active and longtime member of the Fighting 501st Legion of Stormtroopers.  She also serves as the voice of the Federation starship Montana in the acclaimed Star Trek fan audio series Star Trek: The Continuing Mission.

Most recently, Ms. Lambeth has been expanding her interest in paranormal research, combining that with her theatrical background to produce her first book, Haunted Theaters of the Carolinas, published by Schiffer Publishing in 2009.  She is currently working on Ghosts of Greater Charlotte (North Carolina) as well as completing a book on puppetry, The Well Dressed Puppet, both to be published by Schiffer.

 
Jenna McCoy
Director of Firefly Programming


Jenna "Tink" McCoy has been a science fiction fan since she was a small child and clearly remembers seeing Star Wars in the theater in 1977, when she was five, and Star Trek: The Motion Picture in the theater in 1979, when she was seven.  She considers Star Trek, Star Wars, Doctor Who and Firefly as her favorite sci-fi franchises of all time.

Ms. McCoy has attended Dragon*Con and many other southeastern conventions for more than twenty-five years, and served as a staff volunteer for the Southern Interactive Entertainment and Game Expo (a.k.a. SIEGE) in 2009.  She has served as the Vice Chairman of the Southeastern Browncoats since 2003, has been a member-at-large of the Atlanta Browncoats since 2005, and has assisted with their "Can't Stop the Serenity" screenings for the last five years.  She is also an Imperial Cadet in the Georgia Garrison of the 501st Legion and participates in the 76th Independent Battalion.

Ms. McCoy will be working closely with the Southeastern and Atlanta Browncoats to develop and present nine hours of outstanding Firefly programming for TrekTrax Atlanta.
 
Mike Henigan
Director of Gaming


Mike Henigan has been a Star Trek and science fiction fan since 1966.  He has been a member of STARFLEET International for over 25 years and during that time, has worked his way up from Crewman Recruit to Admiral.  Mr. Henigan has served as a charter member of several ships in Maine and Georgia, including Commanding Officer of both the USS Republic and USS Atlanta.  He currently serves STARFLEET
as Executive Officer of the USS Republic and Region 2 Shakedown Operations Director.

Mr. Henigan has served as staff and as a panel speaker at science fiction and Star Trek conventions in the East, South and Midwest and now serves as a Director at TimeGate and Sci-Fi Summer Con.  He is active in the Atlanta Board Gaming community and has been getting his gaming fix for many years as an active board gamer.  He served as a Captain at GenCon for several years, the largest gaming convention in the United States, as well as several other conventions.

Mr. Henigan joined TrekTrax Atlanta as Director of Gaming in 2011 and is responsible for the smooth and continuous operation of "The Holodeck," our 24-hour gaming room
.
 
Russell Ruhland
Director of On-Site Registration


Russell Ruhland has been a fan of science fiction since his early youth when the Thunderbirds puppet sci-fi TV show was aired in the 1960s.  Although his sci-fi followings were interrupted on various occasions during a 20-year career in the U.S. Army, Mr. Ruhland continued to keep up with as much sci-fi fandom as possible.  He has been a dedicated attendee of Dragon*Con for the last 10 years and of TrekTrax Atlanta since its beginning.  His favorite sci-fi interests include Star Trek, the original BBC Dr. Who and the black & white sci-fi film classics.

Mr. Ruhland is currently a longtime member of the STARFLEET International Fan Association and serves as the commanding officer of the Columbus, Georgia, chapter, the USS DaVinci.  He assists with various sci-fi-related events at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center in Columbus, Georgia, and was a member of the registration staff for TrekTrax Atlanta in 2013.
 
Mark A. Ozanick
Director of Guest Transportation & Services


Mark A. Ozanick has been a member of the USS Republic since 2006, served as a staff volunteer for the Star Trek programming track at Dragon*Con in 2006 and as Assistant Director in 2007 and 2008, and joined TrekTrax Atlanta's Guest Services Department as a staff volunteer in 2011.  After three years of exemplary service, he became Director of Guest Transportation & Services following the 2013 convention.
 
Marq Collins
Director of Videography


Marq Collins, also known as "MoQ Kohless," has been enamored with Star Trek since the first show in 1966, when he was 13.  Greatly disappointed at the series' cancellation after three seasons, he moved on to watching Lost in Space with his family every Saturday night, which he considered to be a poor second to Star Trek.

After being discharged from the military in 1975, Mr. Collins was unaware of how much Star Trek fandom had grown.  It was not until the first Star Trek motion picture was released in 1979 that he became aware of how large fandom had become.  Attending Dixie Trek in the 1980s and one other convention while playing in a band, Mr. Collins became involved in the Star Trek fan scene.

But it was not until 1999, when he attended his first Dragon*Con, that Mr. Collins discovered he was a Klingon at heart.  He soon joined the Klingon Assault Group and enlisted aboard the IKAV Nemesis in Lawrenceville, Georgia.  He is currently the executive officer of the Nemesis, has been the commanding officer of his own ship, is a members of the Klingon Imperial Diplomatic Corps, and has been a valued part of Atlanta's Klingon fandom scene ever since.  Mr. Collins has also served Dragon*Con as Director of Guest Transportation.  Mr. Collins joined TrekTrax Atlanta in 2011 as a staff volunteer, served as Co-Director of Klingon Programming in 2012 and 2013, and currently serves as Director of Videography.
 
Jeff Moore
Director of Security


Jeff "Legoless" Moore has 20 years' experience in convention security, including being a proud member of the TrekTrax Atlanta staff since 2012.  His leadership and dedication have led him to conventions across the Southeast, where he is a well-known staple and fan favorite.  After two years of service on the TrekTrax Atlanta security staff, he became Director of Security in 2014.
 
Jay Cannon
Con Suite Director


Jay Cannon joined TrekTrax Atlanta as Con Suite Director in 2012.

TrekTrax Atlanta 2014 Programming & Special Events
Star Trek Programming
Grand Ballroom Salon B
Star Wars, BSG and Firefly Programming
Grand Ballroom Salon D
Other Events & Activities
Locations Given Below
FRIDAY, APRIL 25 · 6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Opening Ceremonies

Featuring a performance by none other than Danger Woman!
   
FRIDAY, APRIL 25 · 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
From the Fans, By the Fans
A look at the various Star Trek fan film projects that are out there for the viewing, from Star Trek: Phase II, Starship Farragut and Star Trek Continues to Project: Potemkin, Star Trek: Reliant, Exeter Trek and various other fan projects.  Come meet our guests and get some of your questions asked.  The perfect panel if you want to start your own fan film or join a production already in progress.  Renda Carr, Abby Evans, Darren Hann, Randall Landers, Rob LeDrew, Leslie Lewis, Dale Morton, Joann Pelley, Philippe René, Clay Sayre, John Sims, Thomas R. Webber, Robert Withrow and Christin Woods.
FRIDAY, APRIL 25 · 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Welcome to the Space Opera Track!
Join Star Wars Track Director Cheralyn Lambeth, Firefly Track Director Jenna "Tink" McCoy and Battlestar Galactica Track Director Marcia Patterson for a fan mixer, programming notes, guides, games, giveaways and fun!
 
FRIDAY, APRIL 25 · 8:15 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
Star Trek vs. Star Wars: The Verdict

Phasers vs. light sabers!  Red shirts vs. Stormtroopers!  The Enterprise vs. the Millennium Falcon!  It's Kirk, Spock and McCoy vs. Luke, Leia and Han in the debate that has raged for decades: Which franchise is better, and why?  Come hear our panelists defend their opinions and join the discussion!  Renda Carr, Cheralyn Lambeth.
FRIDAY, APRIL 25 · 8:15 p.m. - 9:15 p.m. · BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
Classic, Reincarnations and Reimaginings: Let Us Debate the Ways
The many incarnations of Battlestar Galactica... was Galactica 1980 really so very bad?  Is there any canon left?  Can one reimagining really flow into the other?  Can you love all of them?  A fan from each incarnation will state their case.  Who will win?  You decide as you cast your vote at the end of this lively debate. Marcia Patterson, Richard Johnson, Sheila Middleton.
FRIDAY, APRIL 25 · 8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
VIP Champagne Reception
Kick off the convention by enjoying a selection of catered hors d'oeuvres and various champagnes in an intimate, dinner-style atmosphere with our Guests of Honor Arlene Martel, Felix Silla, Jeremy Roberts and Keith DeCandido.  Admission is
$30, must be paid in advance, and limited to 30 members.  Persons under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent.
The Marketplace (hotel restaurant)
FRIDAY, APRIL 25 · 9:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
The Quartermaster
How do you find just the right stuff to make your costume or uniform?  How much should you plan to spend?  Can I get everything in one place or is the search on?   Join our guest panelists as they discuss how to create the look you want without breaking the bank or looking less than "stellar."

FRIDAY, APRIL 25 · 9:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. · FIREFLY
Welcome to the 'Verse Q&A
Just what in the heck is this Browncoat thing anyway?  What the hell is up with those hats?  Earth That Was?  Everything you ever wanted to know about Firefly and the ‘Verse in this Q&A session.
  Hosted by Serenity Richards & Jenna McCoy.

 
FRIDAY, APRIL 25 · 10:45 p.m. - 11:45 p.m.
The Klingon Art of War
Keith R. A. DeCandido discusses his new book, The Klingon Art of War... a guide to how to live your life as a proper warrior from the time of Kahless, with present-day commentary from a modern Klingon author.
FRIDAY, APRIL 25 · 10:45 p.m. - 11:45 p.m. · STAR WARS
Star Wars
Armor-Building Workshop
Can't quite figure out how to design, build and wear Stormtrooper armor that won’t fall apart or leave you too heavy to move?  Get some tips and tricks from men and women who have donned their gear hundreds of times: the troopers who work for the Empire's 501st Legion.
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 12:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m.
The TrekTrax Atlanta Star Trek Trivia Challenge
Think you know your Star Trek trivia?  Let’s find out!  Assemble your team and get ready to compete for prizes in the trivia quiz that boldly goes where... well, you know.  Hosted by Eric L. Watts.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 12:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m. · BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
Figure Freaks and, Ummm... Where's My Toaster?
Fan-created and official merchandise in the
Battlestar Galactica universe.  Richard Johnson.
 
     
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Project: Potemkin
Set shortly after Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, Project: Potemkin is a fan film series that takes place in 2296 aboard the USS Potemkin, an uprated Constitution III class starship (e.g., USS Enterprise NCC-1701-A).  Cast members discuss and answer questions about their series.  Renda Carr,
Abby Evans, Randall Landers, Leslie Lewis and Christin Woods.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. · FIREFLY
Costuming in the 'Verse

Where did "Browncoat" come from?  How do I make a 76th Battalion costume?  How do I become ‘Versey?  And let's not overlook the importance of accessories!  Soldiers, Companions and Reavers, oh my!  Costuming essentials, tips and tricks.  Hosted by Kevin Fox.
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Star Trek: Reliant

Star Trek: Reliant is an independent film series set in the 24th century ten years after the return of the USS Voyager to the Alpha Quadrant. Cast and crew members Darren Hann, Rob LeDrew, Joanne Pelley and Philippe René
discuss and answer questions about their series.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. · STAR WARS
30 Years of Star Wars: Past, Present and Future
How will the acquisition by Disney affect the future of Star Wars?
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 12:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Celebrity Portraits
: Felix Silla, Arlene Martel and Jeremy Roberts

Have a professional studio-quality portrait photo made with one, two or all three of our celebrity guests!  8 x 10 color glossy prints of portraits taken on Saturday will be available for pickup at 12:00 noon Sunday for autographing, if desired.  Sitting fees are $50 for a portrait with one guest, $70 for two guests, and $90 with all three guests in one photo, and includes one 8 x 10 color glossy print.  Add $5 for additional prints of the same photo.
Grand Ballroom Salon E
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Jeremy Roberts
Jeremy Roberts played the role of Lt. Commander Dimitri Valtane in both Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Flashback."  He also appeared in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Hippocratic Oath" as Meso'Clan.  Roberts has played roles in the science fiction series The Invisible Man, The X-Files, Sliders, Space Rangers and Hard Time on Planet Earth.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. · BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
At the Movies: Blood & Chrome and Razor
Can these movies stand alone in the Battlestar Galactica
universe?  Marcia Patterson.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Celebrity Autographs: Arlene Martel and Felix Silla
Please Note: Each guest determines the price of their own autograph.  Cash only, please.
Grand Ballroom Salon E
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Arlene Martel
Arlene Martel is best known to Star Trek fans for playing Spock's bride-to-be, T'Pring, in the original series episode "Amok Time."  She also played Adulteress 58 in the original Battlestar Galactica episode "The Long Patrol."  In other science fiction franchises, Martel appeared in The Outer Limits episode "Demon with a Glass Hand" and The Twilight Zone episodes "Twenty Two" and "What You Need."
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. · FIREFLY
Firefly Fanfic!

This is your chance to show off your writing skills and get feedback from fellow fans.  Have an idea for fic and you need a sounding board?  Have a favorite fic that you want to share with the world?  This is the fan-ficciest panel for you!  Please keep it PG-13... it's the middle of the afternoon, after all!  Hosted by Jenna McCoy.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Celebrity Autographs: Felix Silla and Jeremy Roberts
Please Note: Each guest determines the price of their own autograph.  Cash only, please.
Grand Ballroom Salon E
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Starship Farragut and Exeter Trek
Starship Farragut
and Exeter Trek are independent fan film series produced by Farragut Films LLC and based on the original Star Trek.  Starship Farragut focuses on the crew of the USS Farragut and takes place during the time of the legendary Captain James T. Kirk of the starship Enterprise; Exeter Trek takes place during the time of Captain Christopher Pike aboard the ill-fated USS Exeter long before Ron Tracey became Captain.  Michael Bednar, Greg Greene, John R. Sims, Thomas R. Webber.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. · STAR WARS
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Felix Silla
Felix Silla appeared as Twiki in thirty episodes of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and as the Ewok Retah in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.  He also played Lucifer in ten episodes of the original Battlestar Galactica series and a Talosian in the original Star Trek series pilot "The Cage," which was later incorporated into the first-season two-part episode "The Menagerie."  Silla is also well-known for playing Cousin Itt in the classic television series The Addams Family.

SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Celebrity Autographs: Jeremy Roberts and Arlene Martel
Please Note: Each guest determines the price of their own autograph.  Cash only, please.
Grand Ballroom Salon E

SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents: Keith R. A. DeCandido
Keith R. A. DeCandido has written tons and tons of novels, comic books, short stories, novellas, eBooks and nonfiction in the Star Trek universe. Come meet this incredibly prolific and successful author of all things Trek.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. · BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
"Puppets in Space... Opera!"
TV history will be rewritten as characters from sci-fi's greatest franchises invade television's greatest classics!  Join Atlanta puppeteer troupes Felt Nerdy and Death By Puppets for a madcap celebration of science fiction and pop culture live on stage at TrekTrax Atlanta 2014!
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Celebrity Autographs: Felix Silla, Arlene Martel and Jeremy Roberts

Please Note: Each guest determines the price of their own autograph.  Cash only, please.
Grand Ballroom Salon E
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Professional Star Trek Costuming
Former Paramount Production Services Supervisor Cheralyn Lambeth discusses how she built professional-quality Star Trek costumes for the Star Trek Earth Tour and Star Trek: The Experience, and demonstrates how you can build your own at home.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. · FIREFLY
Fan Favorite Episode: "The Train Job"
Come enjoy a fan favorite episode of Firefly.  Man, do we love "The Train Job"—a great introduction to the series and the characters as well as the universe they live in.  Spaceships, trains, crime... what more could a person want?
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Celebrity Autographs: Felix Silla, Arlene Martel and Jeremy Roberts
Please Note: Each guest determines the price of their own autograph.  Cash only, please.
Grand Ballroom Salon E
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 6:45 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
From Human... to Klingon!
Come watch Star Trek: Phase II makeup supervisor Brian Holloway and professional makeup artist Dale Morton transform a human actor into a fully ridged Imperial Klingon for his role in the Project: Potemkin vignette "Ladies Night Out," to be filmed right here, right now at TrekTrax Atlanta!  Ask questions and take notes during this amazing transformation so you can achieve the same results!
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 6:45 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. · STAR WARS
The Spirit of Broadway Presents "The Skywalkers"

It’s time to ask the uncomfortable questions about how the Death Star, with the capability to destroy entire planets and the defenses to ward off several fleets of battleships, was destroyed by a single fighter.  How did Luke's "miracle" missile, shot in the vacuum of space, defy the laws of physics, make a right-angle turn and enter the Death Star's exhaust port?  Why would the commander of the Death Star leave his post in battle to pilot a small TIE fighter and then order his fighters to stand down as they are targeting the lead Rebel ship, which happened to be piloted by the commander's son?  And why was Leia conveniently aboard the Death Star when her home planet was destroyed, leaving her the sole surviving heir and leader of the Rebellion?  We think it's clear.  It's a family thing and they are all Skywalkers.

SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 6:45 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Dinner break for Celebrity Guests
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
The 2014 Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant

TrekTrax Atlanta is proud to present the world-famous Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant!  Recognized as one of America Online's "Top 11 Most Offbeat Beauty Pageants" for two consecutive years and as featured in Shock, Spin, Discover, Maxim and Bizarre magazines, on the syndicated TMZ television program and on the Fox News, Today Show and countless other web sites, the 15th annual MKE beauty pageant will present the most beautiful women from the Klingon Empire, to be judged in Beauty, Talent and Personality categories by our panel of celebrity judges.  Fabulous prizes for the winner!
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. · BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
Sex Changes… Everything
Why did Ron Moore feel the need to add more women to his reimagined Battlestar Galactica in the form of beloved originally male characters?  These changes had obvious and far-reaching effects on the storylines.  Was it political correctness?  Why not just change Adama to a woman, too?  Aw, heck... change 'em all!  Richard Johnson, Sheila Middleton, Marcia, Patterson.
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 9:15 p.m. - 10:15 p.m.
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Go, Robo! Go!
Go, Robo! Go! is a post-pop/nerd rock band hailing from Atlanta comprised of Matt Nix (vocals, guitar), Joe Dolan (bass, vocals) and Chris Preziotti (drums).  Since 2007, the group has been collectively entertaining audiences with their blend of catchy rock and roll and undeniable good looks.  With lyrics that draw inspiration from tentacle monsters, apocalyptic scripture, gay romance in the 1800s and demon possession—and a sound that combines new-age electronics and programming with old-school, fiery guitar-driven rock—the band touts a catalog that is equally as dynamic as their energetic, critically acclaimed live show.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 9:15 p.m. - 10:15 p.m. · FIREFLY
Firefly Costume Contest

Come strut your stuff with the best costumes in the 'Verse!  Win prizes!  Have fun!  You Purplebellies are welcome, too!  Show off your creativity and skills in a contest for biggest bragging rights in the 'Verse.  Judges: Serenity Richards, Jenna McCoy, Ray McCoy and Kevin Fox.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 9:15 p.m. - 10:15 p.m.
Quiet on the Set: Project: Potemkin "Ladies Night Out"
Project: Potemkin will be filming another vignette, "Ladies Night Out," for their web-based Star Trek series.  Written by David MacKenzie and Randall Landers; to be filmed, directed and edited by Landers; and starring Renda Carr, Abby Evans, Leslie Lewis and Christin Woods, with a special appearance by Eric L. Watts.  Any attending member who has a Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan-era Starfleet costume (a "monster maroon," as they're often called) has a very good chance of being included in the filming, most likely as an extra.  Please make sure your costume is as close to screen-authentic as possible with little or no personalizations or modifications.
Fire Iron Grill (hotel bar)
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 10:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Hyperspace

Formed in September 2011, Hyperspace is a nerdy pop punk band from Atlanta comprised of Jason Kochis (guitar, vocals), Ryan Paul (drums, backing vocals, brony advocate) and Todd Ensworth (bass, backing vocals).  The band mixes punk, distorted guitars and catchy songs to create their own brand of pop punk.  Their songs tend to be about girls (with or without glasses), Star Wars, Dragon*Con, comic books and other nerdy stuff.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 10:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. · STAR WARS
Meet the 501st, Rebel Legion and Mandalorian Mercs
The 501st Legion is an international fan-based organization dedicated to the construction and wearing of screen-accurate replicas of Imperial Stormtrooper armor, Sith Lords, Clone Troopers, bounty hunters and other villains from the Star Wars universe.  The Rebel Legion is a worldwide organization of Star Wars fans in Rebel Alliance costume.  The Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club is a world-wide fan organization based on Mandalorian culture.  Come meet their members and learn more about their organizations!
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 11:45 p.m. - 12:45 a.m.
Techno-Babble 101
How did General Chang's Bird of Prey stay cloaked when firing in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country?  How does the Heisenberg Compensator in the transporter work?  Using analogies and thought experiments, longtime Star Trek fan Jimmy Matthews answers these and many other technology questions in an interesting, educational and easy-to-understand presentation that has been a fan favorite at numerous Florida conventions.  Jimmy Matthews.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 · 11:45 p.m. - 12:45 a.m. · BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
BSG—By Your Command!
Join us for a late-night BSG free-for-all: clips, more TWITS, discussions, games... who knows?  Richard Johnson, Sheila Middleton.
 
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 1:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.
The Guardian of Forever vs. The Stargate: The Verdict
One is a giant, ancient, alien and mysterious doughnut-shaped interstellar transportation device of unknown origin that magically transports the people that jump through it to another place, and the other is... well, the same thing!  Is Stargate a rip-off of Star Trek's "City on the Edge of Forever?"  Why or why not?  Join our panelists as they examine this and other somewhat disturbing similarities between our favorite sci-fi franchises. Deep Space Babylon, anyone?  Alan Siler, Christopher M. Jones.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 1:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. · FIREFLY
Team Trivia

Think you know your Firefly trivia?  Well, come on out and prove it!  Match wits with fellow Browncoats against the trickiest trivia list around.  Teams of four compete for prizes in this ‘Versey version of Team Trivia.  Win prizes and have a blast!  And don't forget your coffee.  Hosted by Serenity Richards, Ray McCoy and Jenna McCoy.
 
     
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
How to Dance Like an Orion Slave Girl
Slither, crawl, slink, and seduce.  No dance experience needed.
Revha Baab will initiate participants in the fundamentals of Orion Slave Girl dance movements and expressive technique.  Workshop includes instruction in sinuous undulations and quivers, acrobatic demonstrations of flexibility and grace, and effective facial and body expressions utilized in the work of the Orion Slave Girl.  This workshop is great for all body types, but keep in mind that dance is exercise, and be ready to sweat a little.  Bring water and a yoga mat, if possible.  Revha Baab.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. · STAR WARS
So You Want to Make a Star Wars Fan Film
Tips and tricks on making your own.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
The Super-Hero Workout
Join Star Trek: Reliant's captain and real-life fitness coach Darren Hann for a 30 to 40-minute long workout to get your blood pumping and day started!  No equipment needed!
Grand Ballroom Salon E
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
The Science of Star Trek: Distances, Velocities and Warp Drive
One of the challenges of science fiction is the need to traverse great distances in short times.  Writers have been very creative in overcoming this obstacle, from manipulating other dimensions to creating engines that can push past the light barrier.  Perhaps the most famous of these is "warp drive" from Star Trek.  We'll discuss the great distances among the stars, how physics has struggled with this problem for over 400 years, how warp drive "works" and how it compares with what modern aerospace engineers think may be a possibility.  Is superluminous travel through the galaxy science fact, or will it always remain trapped in the realm of science fiction?  Thomas R. Webber.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. · BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
TWITs (They Were in THAT?!!!)
We love to ferret out our stars in other efforts: series, films, commercials.  A fast and furious collection that is ever-changing as we discover more and more of what they might want to forget.  Fun, fun, fun... oh, what merriment!  Hosted by Richard Johnson, Marcia Patterson.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Celebrity Portraits: Felix Silla, Arlene Martel and Jeremy Roberts
Have a professional studio-quality portrait photo made with one, two or all three of our celebrity guests!  8 x 10 color glossy prints of portraits taken on Sunday will be mailed to the buyer following the convention.  Sitting fees are $50 for a portrait with one guest, $70 for two guests, and $90 with all three guests in one photo, and includes one 8 x 10 color glossy print.  Add $5 for additional prints of the same photo.

Grand Ballroom Salon E
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Jeremy Roberts
Jeremy Roberts played the role of Lt. Commander Dmitri Valtane in both Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Flashback."  He also appeared in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Hippocratic Oath" as Meso'Clan.  Roberts has played roles in the science fiction series The Invisible Man, The X-Files, Sliders, Space Rangers and Hard Time on Planet Earth.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. · FIREFLY
Ethics in the 'Verse & How They Apply to the Browncoat Marketplace

The Browncoat marketplace is an interesting and sometimes scary place.  We've all heard the tales of trademarks and lawyers.  Discuss how the ethics in the show reflect the real-life Browncoat marketplace and the Alliance (Fox) and how it can affect you, the fans.  Morals meet money in the grey areas of fan-made merch.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Celebrity Autographs: Arlene Martel and Felix Silla
Please Note: Each guest determines the price of their own autograph.  Cash only, please.
Grand Ballroom Salon E
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
The TrekTrax Atlanta Masquerade
The ultimate chance to get a look at what the well-dressed sci-fi fan is wearing this convention.  Bring your best work (created or bought) and show us your stuff.  Skits are permitted but limited to two minutes in length.
Master of Ceremonies: Brian Holloway.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. · STAR WARS
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Felix Silla

Felix Silla appeared as Twiki in thirty episodes of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and as the Ewok Retah in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.  He also played Lucifer in ten episodes of the original Battlestar Galactica series and a Talosian in the original Star Trek series pilot "The Cage," which was later incorporated into the first-season two-part episode "The Menagerie."  Silla is also well-known for playing Cousin Itt in the classic television series The Addams Family.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Celebrity Autographs: Jeremy Roberts and Arlene Martel
Please Note: Each guest determines the price of their own autograph.  Cash only, please.
Grand Ballroom Salon E
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
TrekTrax Atlanta Presents Arlene Martel
Arlene Martel is best known to Star Trek fans for playing Spock's bride-to-be, T'Pring, in the original series episode "Amok Time."  She also played Adulteress 58 in the original Battlestar Galactica episode "The Long Patrol."  In other science fiction franchises, Martel appeared in The Outer Limits episode "Demon with a Glass Hand" and The Twilight Zone episodes "Twenty Two" and "What You Need."
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. · BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
Battlestar Galactica
: The Beginning
Let’s start at the beginning.  Just for fun, come join us for a celebration of the original series.  Share your love and angst with fellow fans.  We start with episode one and end before the 1980 series.  Richard Johnson, Sheila Middleton.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Celebrity Autographs: Felix Silla and Jeremy Roberts
Please Note: Each guest determines the price of their own autograph.  Cash only, please.
Grand Ballroom Salon E
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
To Boldly Sculpt
Sculptor Dale Morton will show off some of his creature sculpts and masks and show you how to create your own aliens.  He will demonstrate how to create them in clay, how to mold, run and paint your finished unearthly life form.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. · FIREFLY
Firefly: The Game Demo!
"Firefly board game?" you say.  Yes, indeedy!  And it's not nearly as complicated as you may have heard.  Come see and play the new Firefly board game.  Choose your side and have fun playing the game and becoming immersed in the 'Verse in no time at all.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Celebrity Autographs: Felix Silla, Arlene Martel and Jeremy Roberts

Please Note: Each guest determines the price of their own autograph.  Cash only, please.
Grand Ballroom Salon E
SUNDAY, APRIL 27 · 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Closing Ceremonies
Join us for this celebratory wrap-up of the fourth TrekTrax Atlanta.  Let us know if you had a great time (or if you didn’t), tell us what you’d like to see us do in 2015 and find out what, if anything, we’ve already got planned.  Eric L. Watts, Matt Steinberg, Brian Holloway, Marcia Patterson, Jenna “Tink” McCoy, Cheralyn Lambeth.
   

The Star Trek Fan Film Festival Schedule
             
DAY
TIME
  PRODUCTION EPISODE
RUN TIME
END TIME
Friday
7:00 PM
  Project: Potemkin “The Old Guys”
0:06:04
7:06 PM
Friday
7:10 PM
  Star Trek: New Voyages “Come What May”
0:41:10
7:51 PM
Friday
7:55 PM
  Star Trek: Phoenix “Cloak and Dagger, Part I”
0:33:52
8:29 PM
Friday
8:35 PM
  Star Trek: Reliant “Whatever It Takes”
0:05:29
8:40 PM
Friday
8:45 PM
  Star Trek: Valkyrie “New Command”
0:20:20
9:05 PM
Friday
9:10 PM
  Starship Farragut “The Captaincy”
0:48:06
9:59 PM
Friday
10:05 PM
  Star Trek: Odyssey "Iliad"
0:53:23
10:58 PM
Friday
11:00 PM
  Star Trek Continues “Turnabout Intruder”
0:04:40
11:05 PM
Friday
11:06 PM
  Star Trek Continues “You’ve Got the Conn”
0:03:27
11:09 PM
Friday
11:10 PM
  Star Trek Continues “Happy Birthday, Scotty”
0:02:41
11:13 PM
Friday
11:15 PM
  Project: Potemkin “Care for a Lift?”
0:04:54
11:20 PM
Friday
11:25 PM
  Star Trek: New Voyages “In Harm’s Way”
0:52:35
12:17 AM
Saturday
12:20 AM
  Star Trek: Reliant “The End Begins”
0:07:35
12:28 AM
Saturday
12:30 AM
  Starship Farragut “For Want of a Nail”
1:25:30
1:55 AM
Saturday
9:00 AM
  Star Trek: Valkyrie “The Road to Tomed”
0:15:51
9:15 AM
Saturday
9:20 AM
  Star Trek: Odyssey "The Wine Dark Sea"
0:34:57
9:55 AM
Saturday
10:00 AM
  Star Trek: Chains of Betrayal  
0:37:49
10:38 AM
Saturday
10:40 AM
  Project: Potemkin “The Void”
0:31:07
11:11 AM
Saturday
11:15 AM
  Star Trek: New Voyages "Center Seat"
0:05:47
11:21 AM
Saturday
11:25 AM
  Star Trek: Reliant “Deadly Cargo”
0:07:55
11:33 AM
Saturday
11:35 AM
  Star Trek: Valkyrie “Disaster Strikes”
0:15:49
11:51 AM
Saturday
11:55 AM
  Starship Farragut “A Rock and a Hard Place”
0:17:10
12:12 PM
Saturday
12:15 PM
  Star Trek: Odyssey "The Lotus Eaters"
0:30:25
12:45 PM
Saturday
12:50 PM
  Project: Potemkin “Doctor’s Orders”
0:05:21
12:56 PM
Saturday
1:00 PM
  Star Trek Continues "Pilgrim of Eternity"
0:51:18
1:51 PM
Saturday
1:55 PM
  Star Trek: New Voyages “To Serve All My Days”
1:00:23
2:55 PM
Saturday
3:00 PM
  Star Trek: Reliant “Moriarty’s Revenge”
0:17:15
3:18 PM
Saturday
3:20 PM
  Star Trek: Valkyrie “A Problem of Titan Proportions”
0:30:36
3:50 PM
Saturday
3:55 PM
  Starship Farragut “The Needs of the Many”
0:36:37
4:32 PM
Saturday
4:35 PM
  Star Trek: Odyssey "Vile Gods"
0:32:42
5:08 PM
Saturday
5:10 PM
  Project: Potemkin “Delivery”
0:05:18
5:15 PM
Saturday
5:20 PM
  Star Trek Continues "Lolani"
0:50:47
6:11 PM
Saturday
6:15 PM
  Star Trek: New Voyages “World Enough and Time”
1:04:22
7:19 PM
Saturday
7:25 PM
  Star Trek: Reliant “A Tale of Two Ships”
0:11:17
7:36 PM
Saturday
7:40 PM
  Star Trek: Valkyrie “The Admiral”
0:29:26
8:10 PM
Saturday
8:15 PM
  Starship Farragut “Power Source”
0:31:41
8:46 PM
Saturday
8:50 PM
  Star Trek: Odyssey "Keepers of the Wind"
0:35:36
9:26 PM
Saturday
9:30 PM
  Project: Potemkin “Miscommunication”
0:07:59
9:38 PM
Saturday
9:40 PM
  Star Trek: Phase II “Blood and Fire, Part I”
0:43:49
10:24 PM
Saturday
10:30 PM
  Star Trek: Phase II “Blood and Fire, Part II”
0:54:51
11:25 PM
Saturday
11:30 PM
  Star Trek: Reliant “The Oath”
0:04:44
11:34 PM
Saturday
11:35 PM
  Star Trek: Valkyrie “Touch of the Prophets”
0:22:41
11:58 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM
  Starship Farragut “Just Passing Through”
0:11:35
12:12 AM
Sunday
12:15 AM
  Star Trek: Odyssey "On the Knees of the Gods"
0:32:36
12:47 AM
Sunday
12:50 AM
  Project: Potemkin “The Engineer’s New Clothes”
0:04:26
12:55 AM
Sunday
1:00 AM
  Star Trek: Reliant “Missing in Action”
0:13:56
1:14 AM
Sunday
1:15 AM
  Starship Farragut “The Price of Anything”
0:37:46
1:52 AM
Sunday
9:00 AM
  Star Trek: Odyssey "The Immortal Loom"
0:34:52
9:34 AM
Sunday
9:35 AM
  Project: Potemkin “Archway”
0:06:45
9:42 AM
Sunday
9:45 AM
  Star Trek: Phase II “Enemy: Starfleet!”
0:58:14
10:43 AM
Sunday
10:45 AM
  Star Trek: Reliant "Brother's Keeper"
0:22:24
11:08 AM
Sunday
11:10 AM
  Star Trek: Odyssey "For All Time"
0:39:16
11:49 AM
Sunday
11:50 AM
  Project: Potemkin “Devil in the Details”
0:07:39
11:58 AM
Sunday
12:00 PM
  Star Trek: Phase II "No Win Scenario"
0:08:59
12:09 PM
Sunday
12:10 PM
  Star Trek: Reliant "Supply and Demand"
0:05:33
12:15 PM
Sunday
12:20 PM
  Project: Potemkin "The Night the Stars Fell from the Sky"
0:54:42
1:15 PM
Sunday
1:20 PM
  Star Trek: Phase II "The Child"
0:52:25
2:12 PM
Sunday
2:15 PM
  Project: Potemkin "Duty Bound"
0:08:32
2:24 PM
Sunday
2:25 PM
  Star Trek: Phase II "Going Boldly"
0:09:04
2:34 PM
Sunday
2:35 PM
  Project: Potemkin "Darkness"
0:05:34
2:40 PM
Sunday
2:45 PM
  Star Trek: Phase II "Kitumba"
1:05:03
3:51 PM
Sunday
3:55 PM
  Star Trek: Phase II "The Holiest Thing"
0:57:28
4:52 PM

Our 2014 Dealers
Tables 1-2 TV Movie Gifts
Table 3 O Christmas Geek
Table 4 Southeastern Browncoats
Table 5 DMS FX Shop
Tables 6-7 Exile Into Imagination
Table 8 Challenges Games & Comics
Table 9 Tiffany's Soy Candles
Tables 10-12 Starbase Atlanta
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