EPISODE PREMIERE - 28 July 2013 - Henglaar, M.D. 2.02, "Graduation..."

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  1. DHillMSP

    DHillMSP Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    EPISODE PREMIERE

    HENGLAAR, M.D.

    Join us on Sunday, July 28, 2013, for the premiere of the ninth episode of Henglaar, M.D., "Graduation, Part Two". The episode will be available for download via the Hidden Frontier website and via iTunes podcast and RSS download.

    As time runs out, a member of Henglaar's team puts their life on the line to find a cure for the Tholians' newest bio-weapon. (Running Time - 47:16)

    The story was developed by Mark Painter and David W. Hill, who also wrote the audioplay for this episode.

    Credits*

    A Hidden Frontier Production

    Main Cast

    Commander Henglaar, M.D., played by John Whiting
    Cadet Recruit Silan, played by Evin Wald (substituting for Heather Ashleigh)
    Lt. Vonus, M.D., played by Jeannie Lin
    Lt. Lucas Noah, M.D., played by Timothy Fritts
    Lt. Profto, M.D., played by Mark Samarias

    Recurring Cast

    Commander Stu Karsten, played by Rick Pike
    Fleet Captain David MacKay, played by Scott Butler
    Lt. Casey Daniels, M.D., played by Anastasia Roark
    CPO Paul Lindquist, played by Michael Harding
    Lt. Ken Kato, played by Scott Fack
    Centurion Rulok, played by Will Dees
    Captain Reigar Teer, played by Steven Rimpici
    Lt. Commander Andrus Mio, played by Casey Jones
    Subcommander Nonia, played by Tammy Klein

    with

    Commander Vrelek, played by Michael McConnohie

    and

    Captain Dana Russell, played by Melodee M. Spevack

    Guest Cast

    Ensign Davies, played by Chris Ryan
    Lt. (J.G.) Shelev, played by Brettney Perr
    Crewman Ian David, played by David W. Hill
    Romulan Communications Officer, played by Steven Rimpici
    Cole Computer Voice, played by Andrew Foster
    Romulan Tactical Officer, played by Yeun-Bin Lee
    Server, played by Baron Dixon

    Production

    Director: David W. Hill

    Theme and Original Score: Mary Kouyoumdjian
    Additional Music: Jerry Goldsmith, James Horner and David Newman

    Editor and Audio Engineer: David W. Hill

    Casting Director and Associate Producer: Kestra Oliver

    Medical Advisors: Ferrell Pierson, M.D., Seán Paul Teeling and Ariel Vitali, M.D.

    Technical Consultant: Jonathan Connor

    Producers: Alex Matthews and Mark Painter
    Executive Producers: Rob Caves and David W. Hill

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  2. DHillMSP

    DHillMSP Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    Re: EPISODE PREMIERE - 28 July 2013 - Henglaar, M.D. 2.02, "Graduation

    The episode has now been released and is available here.
     
  3. DHillMSP

    DHillMSP Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    Re: EPISODE PREMIERE - 28 July 2013 - Henglaar, M.D. 2.02, "Graduation

    We just got a review from Radio Drama Reviews Online!

    The full review can be found here.

    Key parts of the review:

    "I saw Graduation as a drama promoting the basic values of teamwork and honesty - virtues that were especially important as a way of resisting the perpetual attempts made to prevent Henglaar from continuing his work. Henglaar himself is something of a maverick figure, an aural equivalent of television's favourite Dr. House (but without the limp).

    The production values are refreshingly high, with a large cast performing a variety of roles, accompanied by atmospheric music (from Mary Kouyoumdijan). This drama appeals to aficionados and non-aficionados of Star Trek alike."
     

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