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'The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy' is now booking to the 31 Dec 2005
Big Leap Productions have announced that The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy, Charles Ross' one-man re-enactment of the original star-wars trilogy, has now extended to the 31 Dec 2005 at the Lambs Theatre.
Dan Roche, lead producer of Big Leap Productions said "We are elated that the New York theater community have welcomed Charles Ross and The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy. By extending through the New Year, audiences can now celebrate the holidays with Jabba, Princess Leia, Yoda, and Chewbacca."
The current run will conclude on the 31 Oct 2005 ,with performances of The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy resuming on the 23 Nov 2005.
Imagine Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, C3PO, Chewbacca and R2D2 - all on-stage, all performed by one actor. Charles Ross, the writer and solo performer, plays all the characters, recreates the effects, sings the music, flies the ships, wields the swords and fights both sides of the battles. Ross spent much of his childhood in a galaxy far, far away, while his adulthood has been similar.
LucasFilms, creator of the Star Wars Trilogy, loved the show so much that they hired Charles Ross to promote the upcoming Star Wars film and appear at Celebration III, the officially sanctioned Star Wars Convention.
David Peisner of Spin Magazine says 'this one-man reenactment of Star Wars is nerdier, and funnier, than you can possibly image.'
The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy is directed by TJ Dawe and produced by Big Leap Productions with lighting design by Mike Schaldmose.