Told by Robert Hewitt Wolfe as a One-Act Play
What follows WAS NOT PAID FOR BY ANYONE, especially not the folks at Tribune or Fireworks. It was written in April of 2005, over three years after the cessation of my employment on ANDROMEDA. As such, it is basically fan fiction. In other words: I own it. It is the intellectual property of Robert Hewitt Wolfe and Parenthetical Productions. Copyright by Parenthetical Productions. The contents of this document have not been reviewed or approved by anyone else associated with GENE RODDENBERRY’S ANDROMEDA, including but not limited to Fireworks, Tribune, Lincoln Enterprises, Majel Roddenberry, or Kevin Sorbo. I am solely responsible for its content.
All characters in or relating to GENE RODDENBERRY’S ANDROMEDA are, so far as I know, the property of Tribune Entertainment and Fireworks. And maybe Lincoln Enterprises. Who knows? Honestly, I’ve got no clue, but they don’t belong to me. Only the actual dialogue and stories belong to me. So there you go.
So long as no other interested parties object, you have my permission to download and read this document for your own enjoyment. You may reproduce or distribute it as you see fit, so long as any such reproductions or distributions, electronic or otherwise, are done free of charge and without any profit.
HOWEVER, no one may film this document, publish it commercially, render it via animation, illustrate it, produce it as a play, or in any other way dramatize it or profit by it without my express written permission and compensation. Furthermore, as stated above, Fireworks, Tribune, or whoever else, own the actual characters. This document is not meant in any way to infringe on that ownership. Any use of this document for profit probably needs to be cleared with them, too. Just so you know.
Okay, now that that’s done, I present for you, a play in one act:
GENE RODDENBERRY’S ANDROMEDA
A Play in One Act
Robert Hewitt Wolfe
April 17, 2005