The Star Trek franchise, begun in 1965, has frequently included stories inspired by and alluding to the works of William Shakespeare. The science fiction franchise includes television series, films, comic books, novels and games, and has material both Star Trek canon and non-canon. Many of the actors involved have been part of Shakespearean productions, including Patrick Stewart and Christopher Plummer.

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  • The Star Trek franchise, begun in 1965, has frequently included stories inspired by and alluding to the works of William Shakespeare. The science fiction franchise includes television series, films, comic books, novels and games, and has material both Star Trek canon and non-canon. Many of the actors involved have been part of Shakespearean productions, including Patrick Stewart and Christopher Plummer. (en)
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  • Shatner: Well, I can't play Calpurnia . I thought I'd get Sharon Stone for that. (en)
  • Garak: But I'm sorry, Doctor, I just don't see the value of this man's work. (en)
  • Mark: She actually could be difficult to get. (en)
  • Mark: So you'll play all the parts? (en)
  • Garak: I knew Brutus was going to kill Caesar in the first act, but Caesar didn't figure it out until the knife is in his back. (en)
  • Mark: If you play both Caesar and Brutus, won't you have to stab yourself in the back? (en)
  • Jean-Luc Picard: "Well, Number One, you can never go wrong with Shakespeare". (en)
  • —Picard's advice to Riker about what to say in his wedding vows, from "'Til Death" short story by Bob Ingersoll and Thomas F. Zahler, 2007 (en)
  • Shatner: Then we'll get Heather Locklear. I know her. (en)
  • Bashir: Garak, Shakespeare is one of the giants of human literature. (en)
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  • — "Improbable Cause", 1995 (en)
  • — Free Enterprise, 1999. (en)
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  • The Star Trek franchise, begun in 1965, has frequently included stories inspired by and alluding to the works of William Shakespeare. The science fiction franchise includes television series, films, comic books, novels and games, and has material both Star Trek canon and non-canon. Many of the actors involved have been part of Shakespearean productions, including Patrick Stewart and Christopher Plummer. (en)
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  • Shakespeare and Star Trek (en)
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