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    More: Amusing, director of photography, Deanna Troi, SFX, William T. Riker, Ror Morrison, Star Trek, production assistant  
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Concept, Lyrics & Translation by Kristen Bobst (
Directed by Emily McGregor (
Produced by Linda Yvette Chavez (
Executive Producer & Editor - Erika Cervantes (
Sound Mix and Vocals by Chris Thomas (​oser)

Ror Morrison as Klingon (
Jenni Stukin as Counselor Deanna Troi
Luis Navarro as Commander William T. Riker (
Sam Weller as Lt. Commander Data (
Nikol Davis as Guinan (
Kyle Villalovos as Mini-Spock
Marisha Ray as Dancing Trekkie
Brittany Freeth as Dancing Trekkie (
Kosha Patel as Dancing Trekkie (
Sascha Alexander as Dancing Trekkie (
Matt Jennings as Dancing Trekkie
Kristen Bobst as Dancing Trekkie
Gira Balisteri as Dancing Trekkie

Director of Photography - Blaine Dunkley (
SFX by Kevin Lipnos (
Makeup Artist - Kazu Okada
Adapted Choreography by Linda Yvette Chavez
Production Assistant - Bethany Boles

Very special thanks to our Klingon language expert: Felix Malmenbeck (

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