Take a Trek Behind The Scenes

On the Bridge of the Enterprise

Greetings and happy Autumnal Equinox, Star Trek Phase II devotees.

 Having arrived at the Mabon/Michaelmas time of the year, we find ourselves in preparation for our next Star Trek Phase II shoot.

 As we have done for the past several years, this autumn shoot is being held in conjunction with the annual Haunted Homestead Halloween haunted house at the vintage Penfield Museum.  Many Retro Film Studios folks are descending upon the Ticonderoga area of Upstate New York and, as long as many of our crewmembers are in town, we are seizing the opportunity to do a Star Trek Phase II shoot.

 The shoot dates are October 31, 2012 to November 11, 2012.  This is immediately following the Penfield Museum Haunted Homestead on three consecutive (and spooky!) nights on October 26, 27, and 28, 2012.

 IF YOU WANT TO HELP MAKE ANOTHER PIECE OF STAR TREK HISTORY, SIGN UP NOW!

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 (Please note the period after Phase2 and before volunteer.)

We are fairly well staffed—but not as well as we’d like to be.  Many positions do not require any experience.  (We will train you as we make some more Trek magic—and it’s a great way to get your feet wet.)  Come help us make some Star Trek, meet the rest of the cast and crew, become a part of it all, and have some fun!

Please be patient in waiting for a response from one of the Line Producers. We will be assigning positions over the next few weeks, so you may get a confirmation e-mail earlier than your actual crew assignment.

Best Regards to everyone,

 

Greg Schnitzer

Co-Executive Producer

Star Trek Phase II

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About Gregory L. Schnitzer

Gregory L. Schnitzer is Co-Executive Producer on the fan-based Internet series Star Trek Phase II (formerly known as Star Trek New Voyages). Greg is a Registered Nurse and is generally in charge of Emergency Medical Services at the Star Trek Phase II shoots. He also generally serves as the production's Property Master and on-again, off-again Set Decorator. Born and raised in the beautiful but smoggy San Fernando Valley (which he still calls "home"), in real life, Greg is a Registered Nurse and Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, and currently works in the field of Health Information Management at various facilities and in various capacities in the Washington, D.C., greater metropolitan region.