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(excerpts from Dance of Knives - Donna McMahon)

NORTH AMERICA'S GREAT APE: the SASQUATCH
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Cascadia Con WELCOMES ROBOTECH!!!

Cascadia Con is proud to welcome Harmony Gold and the Robotech Road Show to Cascadia Con. Kevin McKeever and other Robotech professionals (watch this page for updates) will be joining us at Cascadia Con to share the latest information on Robotech and the upcoming sequel Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles.

Movie Screenings , panels, autograph opportunities and many special surprises are planned by the Harmony Gold team. Robotech has had 20 years of bringing Science Fiction to Anime and will have a lot of nostalgia to share along with the exciting information about the forthcoming Robotech movie.

Chase Masterson

Chase Masterson film and voice actress will attend Cascadia Con as part of the Robotech 20 th Anniversary tour.

Chase is really looking forward to meeting with all her fans and soon to be new friends in Cascadia. You might remember her as the Dabo Girl from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine known as Leeta, an exotic Bajoran who was married to Quark's brother. She has had a number of projects in 2005 including Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles (2005)... as the voice of J.A.N.I.C.E. http://www.chasemasterson.com

Dan Woren

Dan Warren also a voice actor will join the citizens of Cascadia Con as part of the Robotech 20 th Anniversary tour.

Dan was recently here for Sakuracon and he couldn’t wait to come back! Dan is the voice of Roy Fokker in Robotech and General Reinhardt in Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles. He will also be recognized for his voice as Tambourine in Dragon Ball and various Digimon and Power Ranger characters. For his filmography see http://www.tv.com/dan-woren/person/25053/appearances.html

Kevin McKeever

Kevin McKeever Robotech.com Operations Coordinator
A graduate of the lighting design program from Emerson College, Kevin has been working in the entertainment industry for nearly 15 years. He has worked in theater production at world class venues such as the Goodspeed Opera House, the Emerson Majestic Theater, Foxwoods Casino, and the Mohegan Sun Resort which he helped open in 1996.

His television production credits include Jackass, Kids Say the Darnedest Things, Guinness Book of World Records, Krypton Factor, Farmclub.com, The 60's as well as various television commercials. His film credits include Mystery Men, For Love of the Game, and Billy Frankenstein. Kevin has also served as Assistant VP of Production for feature film producer and New York Times best-selling author Lynda Obst.

Kevin's first official assignment in the Robotech universe was as an audit of Robotech's television ratings and viewer demographics during its original run in the 1980s. Kevin's analysis of the ratings in a cost effective manner along with his years of production experience made him a natural candidate for the Robotech team. Kevin can be reached at kev@robotech.com

WATCH FOR MORE UPDATES SOON-

Also attending are:

1. Alan Letz Exec. VP of Business Devlopment

2. Tommy Yune HG Creative Director

3. Steve Yun Robotech.com Webmaster

 

 

 

 

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