BaQa'—or Is It Humbug? Aliens Attack a Holiday Classic
CHICAGO—Across the country this week, productions of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" are warming hearts. In this city, one version poses this question: What if Charles Dickens were a Trekkie?
The answer runs an hour and 20 minutes and includes three fight scenes, 17 actors with latex ridges glued to their foreheads and a performance delivered entirely in Klingon—a language made up for a Star Trek movie.
Just because I own a bat'leth and have a Klingon Christmas ornament, I get all the Star Trek stuff... Of course, it doesn't help that the very first thing I did when seeing this link was think "ZOMG! I need to see this!"... Oh, and my favorite Christmas tune is "Christmas Eve in Sarajevo" by Trans-Siberian Orchestra, which good friend and commenter SCI-FI opined was "Christmas music... if it were composed by Klingons".
"My name is JayG, and I'm a nerd"
That is all.