Madison, WI One Man Star Wars Trilogy: Now - February 14 / Chicago area

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  1. Nostradamus Jedi Master

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    This performance is very funny and something definitely worth seeing! Chicago is only about 3 hours drive from the Madison area. You could even bring your family & friends! Makes a great Gift. ;)




    ?The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy?


    Showtimes are:

    -Friday at 10:30PM
    -Saturday at 10:30PM
    -Sunday at 6:00PM
    -Monday at 7:00PM


    Now through Feb. 14, 2005

    Apollo Theater
    2540 N. Linclon Ave.
    Chicago, IL 60614

    Tickets: $19
    Students: $15
    Groups of 10 or more: $17

    For ticket info & purchase call the Apollo Theater box office (773) 935-6100 or visit www.ticketmaster.com

    BUY NOW - STAR WARS SOLD OUT LAST YEAR!

    Solo performer brings Star Wars to life in Chicago

    ?The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy? is high energy, non-stop blasts through the galaxy. The catch?..there is only one cast member.

    Charlie Ross, the writer and solo performer, plays all the characters, recreates the effects, sings the music, flies the ships, wields the swords and fights all the battles.

    Back by popular demand ?The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy? will be performed at the Apollo Theater, 2540 North Lincoln Avenue in Chicago, starting November 29, 2004 through February 14, 2005.

    The CBC has said Charlie Ross? ?mastery of each character is top notch?. Now Magazine proclaimed ?the show is a must see for any Star Wars fan.?

    George Lucas, creator of the Star Wars trilogy, loved the show so much he hired Charlie Ross to promote the new Star Wars movie coming out next spring.








    And for those who do not want to drive into the city, St. Charles is about 2 1/2 hours from Madison:



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    One Man Star Wars Trilogy

    The One Man Star Wars Trilogy
    Starring and Written by Charles Ross
    Directed by TJ Dawe

    DON'T MISS THIS SHOW! ONE NIGHT ONLY!!!
    Thursday, January 6 at 8:00 PM
    Tickets $21
    Tickets Available at: Pheasant Run Box Office or TicketMaster

    Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, Han Solo??all on-stage, all performed by one, solo performer. ?The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy? is high energy, non-stop blasts through the galaxy. The catch ? there is only one cast member. Charlie Ross, the writer and solo performer, plays all the characters, recreates the effects, sings the music, flies the ships, wields the swords and fights all the battles.

    Charlie Ross, spent much of his childhood in a galaxy far, far away? adulthood has been similar. He has portrayed a giant caterpillar, taught children about conservation and performed with such respected groups as the Eclectic Circus, Theatre SKAM and the Western Canada Theatre Company. The CBC has said Charlie Ross? ?mastery of each character is top notch?. Now Magazine proclaimed ?the show is a must see for any Star Wars fan.? George Lucas, creator of the Star Wars trilogy, loved the show so much he hired Charlie Ross to promote the new Star Wars movie coming out next spring.




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  2. Forcebewitya Jedi Master

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    I'd probably go but I am planning on seeing him at CIII this spring so I better just start saving for that.

    Forcebewitya!
  3. ROGUE_NINER Jedi Master

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    Its a shame I won't make it
  4. Nostradamus Jedi Master

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    The latest issue of Star Wars Insider #80 features Charlie on page 18.
    Excellent write up! :)

    Only 4 weekends left to catch the performances locally.
  5. ToxicNed Grand Poobah of Madison WI - FF CR

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    So, did you get permission to spam this all over the boards, or are you doing it because you thought it'd be a good idea?
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