One of the many ideas that have been bantied about for years without actually turning into something has been a musical celebrating Star Trek. But now it has turned into something, even if it's not officially that.
Cole and Grant Remmen, brothers who hail from Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, have put on their own musical production called "Boldly Go," starring Grant as Spock, among a cast of others.
You can read our full story here, but in the meantime, take a look at a scene from the official stage reading of the musical (before costumes and blocking and all that) the Remmen brothers have shared.
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