Carl Dietrich came early for the 7 p.m. contest. He planned to attend the 10:45 screening. Dietrich wore a “Star Trek” costume that matched those sported by characters in the recent movie franchise. He explained that the costumes have hundreds of Starfleet insignias in them. He added there are costumes from each incarnation of the science fiction franchise, which debuted in the mid-’60s. (Check out a Tout video of Dietrich above.)
Megan Dvorak, 20, of New Freedom, and her sister, Kelsea, 16, mixed old and new “Star Trek” style at Frank Theaters. They dressed as Vulcans — an extraterrestrial humanoid species in the “Star Trek” universe — complete with pointed prosthetic ears. The most famous Vulcan, of course, is Spock.
“I dress up all the time,” said Megan, who sported a red space dress and black boots. “I have a whole slew of characters. (“Star Trek”) is one of my many fandoms.”
Her other characters include Dr. Frank N. Furter from “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and Captain Haddock from “The Adventures of Tintin.”
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