1 hr 48 min

Episode 32: In the Pale Moonlight (w/ Andrew Keates) Spocklight: A Star Trek Podcast

    • Film Reviews

We welcome renowned Theatre Director, Andrew Keates, to the Spocklight bridge to discuss one of his favourite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, ‘In the Pale Moonlight’, from Deep Space Nine.
 
Andrew helps us unpick the homoerotic subtext to the episode, the political commentary of Deep Space Nine and Star Trek as Theatre, while also giving us the inside story on directing Marina Sirtis in hit Play, Dark Sublime.
 
As usual you can find SPOCKLIGHT on:
TWITTER - @spocklightpod
INSTAGRAM – @spocklightpod
FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/spocklightpod/
EMAIL - spocklightpod@gmail.com
Please Follow, like, share and all that good stuff.
 
You can find Andrew on Twitter @andrewkeates and on Instagram @mrandrewkeates
You can find more information about Andrew’s Podcast, The Show People Podcast @ShowPeopleUk on Twitter
Credit for our wonderful theme music goes to the incredibly talented, Adam Johnston’s, you can find more of his work at - https://adamjohnstonuk.bandcamp.com/
Our beautiful artwork was created by Stephen Trumble, see more at http://www.stephentrumble.com 
 

We welcome renowned Theatre Director, Andrew Keates, to the Spocklight bridge to discuss one of his favourite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, ‘In the Pale Moonlight’, from Deep Space Nine.
 
Andrew helps us unpick the homoerotic subtext to the episode, the political commentary of Deep Space Nine and Star Trek as Theatre, while also giving us the inside story on directing Marina Sirtis in hit Play, Dark Sublime.
 
As usual you can find SPOCKLIGHT on:
TWITTER - @spocklightpod
INSTAGRAM – @spocklightpod
FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/spocklightpod/
EMAIL - spocklightpod@gmail.com
Please Follow, like, share and all that good stuff.
 
You can find Andrew on Twitter @andrewkeates and on Instagram @mrandrewkeates
You can find more information about Andrew’s Podcast, The Show People Podcast @ShowPeopleUk on Twitter
Credit for our wonderful theme music goes to the incredibly talented, Adam Johnston’s, you can find more of his work at - https://adamjohnstonuk.bandcamp.com/
Our beautiful artwork was created by Stephen Trumble, see more at http://www.stephentrumble.com 
 

1 hr 48 min

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