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Two-time Emmy winner William Shatner, best known for playing Captain Kirk on TV's Star Trek, revisits his highest highs and lowest lows, live on stage.

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Performances ended on Mar. 4, 2012.

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Previews: Feb 14, 2012 • Opening: Feb 16, 2012 • Closing: Mar 4, 2012
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What Is the Story of Shatner’s World: We Just Live in It?
Shatner’s World: We Just Live in It takes audiences on a 90-minute theatrical voyage through William Shatner’s life and career, from Shakespearean stage actor to internationally known icon and raconteur, known as much for his unique persona as for his expansive body of work. Best known to TV fans for playing Captain Kirk on Star Trek, Shatner offers insight into many of his other notable small-screen roles, including T.J. Hooker, Rescue 911, The Practice and Boston Legal. Returning to Broadway for the first time since 1962’s A Shot in the Dark, Shatner aims to dispel the myths shrouding his persona while answering one simple question: Who am I, really?

"Despite the absurdly (joshingly?) self-aggrandizing title, Mr. Shatner shows a welcome tendency to poke fun at himself. One comes away from ‘Shatner’s World’ with a thorough grounding in virtually all phases of Mr. Shatner’s career." "

The New York Times

Charles Isherwood

"At 80 years old, Shatner has a seemingly bottomless reserve of energy, and 'Shatner's World' is undeniably fun. It's Shatner's show: We're just living through it."

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Darren Franich

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