One Man Star Wars Trilogy – November 27

“A one-man reenactment of Star Wars is nerdier – and funnier – than you can possibly imagine!” – SPIN

 

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“You had better start investing in a light saber” – The New York Times

Canadian actor and uber geek, Charles Ross, brings his solo madcap creation One-Man Star Wars Trilogy to the stage in this mind-bending whirlwind of a show.  Ross retells the classic bad hair trilogy in 60 minutes- no costumes, no props, no sets — all the characters, the music, the ships, and the battles.

If your kid’s name is Chewbacca, this show is a no-brainer. If not, get your nerd on and experience the global sensation loved by audiences from London’s West End, Off-Broadway, Dubai, the Sydney Opera House, Lucasfilm, and Charlie’s mom. The Force is strong with this one.

“Ross makes an impressive Star Wars run in less than 12 parsecs!” – Chicago Sun Times

Written and Performed by Charles Ross
Directed by TJ Dawe.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/charlie__ross

Web: http://www.onemanstarwars.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/One-­‐Man-­‐Star-­‐Wars-­‐Trilogy-­‐Charlie-­‐Ross/122299621167356

One Man Star Wars Trilogy performed with permission of Lucasfilm Ltd. All ‘Star Wars’ elements property of Lucasfilm Ltd. All rights reserved.

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The Middle of Everywhere by WONDERHEADS

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Coming Saturday, March 19

7 p.m. – at the Wright Auditorium. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Ticket Prices (advance sales at Lee’s Clothing)

  • $20 General Admission
  • $10 Students and Seniors

Description

What do you get when you mash together Pixar, Maurice Sendak and Doctor Who? A time and space bending adventure by mask imagineers the WONDERHEADS, that’s what.

When two unlikely strangers discover a mysterious device at a bus stop, they are whisked away on a cosmic journey through time and space…but will they claim their place in the universe and find their way home?

The Middle of Everywhere is performed in full-face mask, a form so magical it will delight the child in you, whether you’re eight or eighty. Wordless and whimsical, it has been described by audiences as watching a living cartoon, or live-action Pixar.

Called “a captivating, wordless journey of physical theatre” by the Edmonton Journal, this unparalleled piece of physical theatre will transport you along with Winston and Penny on a fantastical journey that must be seen to be believed!

The Middle of Everywhere is recommended for ages 6 – adult.

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Mask Performance Workshop – Friday, March 18

FREE mask performance workshop will be held by WONDERHEADS crew on Friday from 1 p.m. at the Auditorium. There is room for up to 25 participants, middle school age and older. Call 650-7210 to guarantee a spot.

If you are in a drama group – school, community (Mummers), or others – this is an opportunity to learn and practice performing on-stage using masks.


westaf_logo_transparent-480x193This presentation of WONDERHEADS is funded in part through a grant made available by WESTAF in coordination with the National Endowment for the Arts.