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Madison, WI ONE MAN STAR WARS - Wisconsin Performances 5/31-6/4

Discussion in 'Mid West Regional Discussion' started by Nostradamus, May 16, 2005.

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  1. Nostradamus

    Nostradamus Jedi Padawan star 4

    Mar 2, 2000
    Charles Ross will be bringing his [link=]ONE MAN STAR WARS TRILOGY[/link] to Wisconsin for several performances from May 31st through June 4th.

    He will be performing 4 shows at [link=]The Pabst Theater[/link] in Milwaukee and one show at [link=]The Grand Opera House[/link] in Oshkosh.

    Do not miss this opportunity to see this hilarious performance in Wisconsin!

    ONE MAN STAR WARS - MILWAUKEE 5/31-6/1 & 6/4

    [link=]The Pabst Theater[/link]
    144 E. Wells St.
    Milwaukee, WI 53202
    (800) 511-1552
    (414) 286-3663

    [link=]DRIVING DIRECTIONS & MAP[/link]

    All seats just $23.50

    [link=]One Man Star Wars Trilogy[/link]

    Tues May 31 @ 8pm
    Wed June 1 @ 8pm
    Sat June 4 @ 6 p.m.
    Sat June 4 @ 9 p.m.


    [blockquote]A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...ONE GUY recreated one of the greatest stories of all time!!

    He's got every character down, he saw the original "Star Wars" over 473 times before the age of 8 and he knows more about "Star Wars" than most people know about their own Charles Ross Presents: THE ONE MAN STAR WARS TRILOGY!! It's one of the zaniest and funniest shows all year!! "One Man Star Wars" had capacity audiences in Chicago rolling in the aisles!!

    Star Wars fans and novices alike will love this affectionate take on a classic. One Man Star Wars is without a doubt one of the funniest and coolest shows of the year! Even those who have never seen a stitch of Star Wars will still find Charlie Rossí frantic recitation of the first three classic movies entertaining, if for no other reason than to admire the huge amounts of endurance, concentration and range required by such a project. In an hour, Ross, who brought the play here from British Columbia, rollicks through the key scenes in the "Star Wars" story, including battles, kisses, revelations, and deaths, using his face and body as his only props, humming the score and depending on his own voice for sound effects.He plays every character, including Hans, Luke, Darth, Yoda, Jabba, R2D2 and C3P0. Each is immediately recognizable.

    Key emotional scenes are reduced to the tiniest bits of dialogue, but somehow, that seems enough. ìWhy didnít you tell me?î asks Luke Skywalker of Obi-Wan Kenobi, when he realizes that Darth Vader is actually his father. ìI forgot,î replies Kenobi. Itís clear Ross, who also wrote the script, has watched Star Wars obsessively -- some of his body movements exactly mimic certain cinematographic moments in the films. Fans will surely lose themselves in remembering favorite scenes, so much so that they might not even realize that this little play is actually about men who refuse to grow up. He's best as a petulant Luke or a prissy C3PO, and his Jabba the Hutt is a testament to his inventiveness, but Ross tackles the special effects too, becoming an exploding starfighter or a storm trooper's transport walker without the aid of props.[/blockquote]


    [link=]Charles Ross's "One Man Star Wars Trilogy" will be at the Grand Opera House in Oshkosh on Friday, June 3 at 7:30 p.m.[/link]

    Tickets are $15 and go
    on sale Monday, May 9.

    [link=]The Grand Opera House[/link]
    100 High Ave
    Oshkosh, WI 54901
    ph 920-424-2355
    fx 920-424-2357

  2. ToxicNed

    ToxicNed Grand Poobah of Madison WI - FF CR star 4

    May 2, 2002
    So, did you get permission to spam this all over the Wisconsin boards, or are you doing it because you thought it'd be a good idea?

    Guess what... I'm leaning towards the latter, and it's not.
  3. Nostradamus

    Nostradamus Jedi Padawan star 4

    Mar 2, 2000

    I'm terribly sorry that I may have offended you Ned. It is definitely not my intention to spam all of the Wisconsin message boards.

    I wanted to pass this news on to local Star Wars fans. I am a big fan of this performance and have seen it multiple times. I recommend it highly to all Star Wars fans.

    I have been a Star Wars fan since the first movie came out in 1977. Being born, raised and educated in Wisconsin, I am familiar with the cultural opportunities that exist for the state's residents.

    This is definitely a funny show that all Star Wars fans will love. Please do not miss your opportunity to experience it.
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