Improvised Star Trek
For ten years Improvised Star Trek explored the final frontier of comedy by turning Star Trek into an improv office comedy. Taking suggestions submitted on Twitter and Facebook, the cast (featuring some of Chicago’s top improvisors) creates a fully improvised episode detailing the adventures of the USS Sisyphus, a less enterprising starship. New episodes are posted every other week. Improvised Star Trek is a fan production. Star Trek is property of CBS.

Find out what happened in the June 2nd live show, which guest starred Anthony LeBlanc as the DesRamone twins.

Direct download: Bonus_Scene-Terror_Syndicate_Epilogue.mp3
Category:extras -- posted at: 5:15pm CST

Zorb finally tracks Meraxis to a Federation starship, where he finds the fugitive posing as an ensign.  But the USS Sisyphus has more surprises in store; Zarlene, the wife who abandoned him at the alter 4 years ago, and an intoxicated new romance.  Recorded April 29, 2012 from a suggestion by Zach Perkins.

Direct download: IST45_PostmanHailsTwice.mp3
Category:episode -- posted at: 7:27pm CST

The Sisyphus' emergency seperation bolt is blown leaving the ship in two parts, with time running out for both. (Relax, we're just going to have a fun space adventure).  Improvised April 8, 2012.

Direct download: IST44_SpaceAdventure.mp3
Category:episode -- posted at: 12:00am CST

The final show of the Improvised Star Trek's 2012 live run at the iO theater, the episode "The Borg Ate My Homework" featured improv team Pudding Thank You as the Harlem Globetrotters.

Direct download: Borg_Homework-128_Kbps_MP3.mp3
Category:extras -- posted at: 1:01am CST

A prison monologue from Captain Baxter's nemesis gets you caught up on a recent adventure. Sometimes Acidopholis Happens was performed on May 26, 2012 at Chicago's iO Theater from an audience suggestion, with special guest Nate Parkes as Dr. Ricardo Solaris.  Plus news for June 4, 2012. Do forgive a little audio wobble.

Direct download: ISTBonus_Assdopholis.mp3
Category:extras -- posted at: 2:13pm CST