Not sure if this is the place for this, but I've been working with a local community theater in northeast Pennsylvania and they may try to stage a Star Wars musical, based on Episode IV, if, of course, such a thing would be legal. I would write an original libretto and work with a composer on developing a score. We wouldn't pay any participants [except perhaps the pit orchestra; they alone tend to be paid in community theater productions, for some reason] and we wouldn't exactly charge admission, but there would be places to make donations. Would we be able to do something like this without running afoul of Lucasfilm's lawyers? Thanks!