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Check out Friends of E[G] at Phoenix Comicon 2015

If you haven’t yet heard, Educating [Geeks] is heading back to Phoenix Comicon! We have got some great panels in store for you this year: Sleepy Hollow (S2), American Horror Story: Freak Show, Jurassic Park, We’re All Warrior Princesses, Arnie in the 80s, a game of Heads Up and let’s not leave out SQUEEFEST, where you get to vote on the hottest hottie of geek Hollywood!

We, however, are not the only ones with fun and interesting panels this year. We’ve included handy links to add these to your conquest if any of these panels tickles your fancy. So, Check out what the Friends of E[G] have on their agenda, and make sure you stop to say hello if you bump into some of us there, because we’re planning on attending as many of these as we can!!!

Voyage Trekkers: Play Along Screening w/ Educating [Geeks]


We’re throwing a party!

In partnership with National Comedy Theater Phoenix and Squishy Studios, we’re hosting a live play-along screening featuring both seasons of Voyage Trekkers.

At this raucous event, you’ll support the award-winning comedy web series Voyage Trekkers in their quest to become a feature film. You’ll do more than laughing along with the worst crew in the galaxy … you’ll join in the fun as NCT Phoenix transforms into an interactive Galactic Union watering hole with photo ops, glitter tattoos, featured beverages & a prize raffle!

We’ll be playing the Educating [Geeks] Voyage Trekkers Drinking* Game Rules during the screening with Carmillian Mead (AKA SanTan SunSpot Gold) and Dabba juice, followed by trivia and even more prizes.

Thursday, March 12 at 7:30 p.m. (Unrated, recommended for 18+)


Get Tickets Online Here $5

Once on the “get tickets” page navigate to March 26th using the calendar and then select the event. You will be asked to enter payment information and purchase tickets from there.

*Any beverage will do. NCT does not require nor encourage the drinking of delicious alcohol. Specifically not March’s featured beer, SanTan SunSpot Gold.


This Ship Sails Itself – [Bri] Geeks Out

Your One True Pairing. The fictional couple that potentially makes you weep…or embroils you in epic internet debates. You don’t care if they’re canon or not. You’re captain of that ship, and you’re willing to go down with it.

Some of you might be utterly baffled. What is an OTP? Well, you take one of your favorite characters and pair them with another character. Then you turn into a puddle while thinking about the romantic hijinks they would probably get into. If/when your OTP becomes canon (that is, acknowledged and confirmed by the person who creates official stories for the characters)…then you can proudly proclaim “this ship sails itself.

I, sadly, don’t have an OTP…but I totally love geeking out over other people’s OTPs and finding out why they enjoy pairing certain characters together. Members of the Educating [Geeks] crew were kind enough to share their OTPs for this [Geek] Out, read on to find out which characters make their hearts go wub wub wub.

Educating [Geeks] Bonus – Voyage Trekkers


In this special double-stuffed bonus episode the hosts discuss the web series Voyage Trekkers and create E[G] Drinking Game rules. Geek hosts Alice, Andrea and Sara were joined in the studio by guest host Mack (who turned out to be an E[G]DG master).  Along the way Drea suggests that Alice get a “Powell’s Number One Fan” t-shirt, Mack previews his future as a “red shirt” and Sara reminisces about meeting Nathan Blackwell. In this bonus episode, we’ve included the E[G] Drinking Game rules at the end so make sure you listen all the way through!

Meet Guest Host Mack


Mack Duncan has been an active performing artist in Phoenix since 1999, and has been a professional educator since 2001. He has a degree in Directing from Arizona State University. At ASU, he wrote and performed with The Farce Side Comedy Hour and Barren Mind improv. He was a member of the Phoenix ComedySportz team from 1999-2002, directing the troupe from 2001-2002. He has directed numerous short films, including “Menagerie of Space,” and the award winning “Big Benevolent Wolf” and “ALONE.” Duncan is the president and co-founder of CareFree Write Productions, which produces The Phoenix Improv Festival. In 2007, he helped launch The Torch Theatre. He taught at High School Theatre Arts from 2003 to 2011 and is currently performing with The Torch Theatre’s Apollo 12 and The Foundation, as well as Mack Duncan: 1-Man Show and the puppet troupe Die Puppet Die. Mack also covers Phoenix geek culture for Examiner.com.