Star Trek: Phoenix

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Star Trek: Phoenix
Genre Science fiction
Fan series
Created by Leo Roberts
Developed by Leo Roberts
Jön Johnson
Jeff Ayers
Written by Ben Andrews
James Lyle
Lorraine Montez
Leo Roberts
Brian Sipe
Roy Stanton
Directed by Sam Akina
Gale Benning
Creative director(s) Rob Welch
Gale Benning
Chris Collins-Lubin
Starring Ben Andrews
Ben Johnson
James Lyle
Roy Stanton
Elle Vianne Sonnet
Nicole Santora
S. Joe Downing
Vanessa Cobbs
Jesse Pattison
Opening theme Bradley Laina
Ending theme Steve Brush
Composer(s) Bradley Laina
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 1
Executive producer(s) Ben Andrews
Jön Johnson
Lorraine Montez
Leo Roberts
Producer(s) S. Joe Downing
James Lyle
Adam Sonnet
Elle Sonnet
Gale Benning
Chris Collins-Lubin
Gina Lockhart
Rob Welch
Location(s) Seattle, WA
Lynwood, WA
Cinematography Sam Graydon
Anthony Tackett
Editor(s) Ryan Dunleavy
Jeff McGlinn
Running time 30 Minutes
Production company(s) Temporal Studios
Abundant Productions
Sonnet Realm Films
Distributor Temporal Studios
Original release May 2, 2010
External links

Star Trek: Phoenix is a Star Trek fan-created anthology series produced and filmed by Temporal Studios.[1] The series was created by Leo Roberts and later developed by Leo Roberts, Jön Johnson and Star Trek author, Jeff Ayers. The story is set 42 years after Star Trek: Nemesis in the prime universe created by Gene Roddenberry and follows the crew of the Federation's first political flagship, the Ascension-Class starship USS Phoenix (NCX-101138).

The first episode, "Cloak & Dagger, Part I", was released on the Internet on May 2, 2010,[2] and as of December 2015 ,"Cloak & Dagger, Part Two" remains suspended until the current lawsuit against the fan production Star Trek: Axanar by Paramount Pictures and CBS is resolved.

Along with an all-volunteer cast/crew production, several veterans of Star Trek including Academy Award-winning crew members from the J.J. Abrams reboot Star Trek and Star Trek: Into Darkness films worked on the project.[3][2]

"Cloak & Dagger, Part One" was an official selection of the 2010 edition of the Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival in Seattle, Washington.[4]

Cast and crew[edit]

Regular characters[edit]

Character Actor Rank Position
Bryce Avari Ben Andrews Captain Captain and commanding officer of the starship Phoenix.
Talis Jaryn Ben Johnson Commander First Officer | Species: half-human/half-Altusian.
Thomas Alden James Lyle Commander Chief Medical Officer; close friend of Captain Avari.
T'Von Roy Stanton Ambassador Federation Diplomatic Corp | Species: Romulan
Akelyn Solara Elle Vianne Sonnet Lt. Commander Chief Engineer | Species: Von Ra
Yamora Vu'Shan Nicole Santora Lt. Commander Chief Science Officer | Species: Sedesian
Arca Niran S. Joe Downing Lieutenant Chief of Security/Chief Tactical Officer
Pelomar Laenah Vanessa Cobbs Lieutenant Chief Navigator | Species: Meneán
Joben Karkko Jesse Pattison Lieutenant Chief of Operations

Secondary characters[edit]

Character Actor Rank Position
Ulti Natyra Lorraine Montez Major SABRE Enemy Engagement Specialist | Species: Trill
Noah Croft John Lynch Colonel USS Phoenix SABRE Commander
Tol Hadik Rodrigo DeMedeiros Councilor Federation Council Member | Species: Trill
Krik Leo Roberts General SABRE Commandant | Species: Ilayian


Part I[edit]

After their diplomatic envoy crashes on the remote planet of Katrassii Prime, Captain Avari and the crew of the USS Phoenix embark on a dangerous mission to rescue them. Upon arrival in the Neutral Zone, the rescue team faces a labyrinth of mysteries while their true enemy lurks in the shadows. The crew of the Phoenix will sail into the unknown as the architect of their destruction leads them back to the beginning of their maiden voyage.


On October 23, 2015, Temporal Studios announced it was planning on producing Part II of "Cloak & Dagger" as a 90-minute audio drama to be released in mid-2016 in time for the franchise's 50th anniversary. The script was being written by creator/executive producer, Leo Roberts and the majority of the cast from Part I was returning to reprise their respective roles.

On January 1, 2016, the studio announced Part II was on "indefinite hold" due to the Star Trek: Axanar lawsuit filed on December 29, 2015 by Paramount Pictures and CBS.

On May 20, 2016, at the Star Trek fan event in Los Angeles, executive producer, J.J. Abrams and Star Trek Beyond director, Justin Lin announced the lawsuit against Axanar was being dropped. Official confirmation is pending and guidelines were being issued to fan productions but little information is currently available.


  1. ^ "KING 5 Tech Report: Internet Explorer 6 patch, Seattle gamers help Haiti .". Northwest Cable News. January 21, 2010. Retrieved May 14, 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "FanMade: Star Trek Phoenix – New 25th Century Fan Series Releases First Episode". May 5, 2010. Retrieved May 14, 2012. 
  3. ^ A trailer, the first episode, and other digital media are available from the production's official website and YouTube channel.
  4. ^ "Films -- ST: Phoenix". Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival. September 2010. Retrieved May 14, 2012. 

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