One-Man Star Wars Trilogy

I have to begin by saying that I am incredibly thankful to my flatmate, Adam, for taking the time to give me a brief rundown of all the Star Wars films prior to my arrival in Edinburgh. If you are planning on going to see Charles Ross’ One Man Star Wars Trilogy and you have never seen the movies or, like myself, have not seen them since you were a child, I recommend you do the same (with your own flatmate, of course).

As Ross takes you through the original three films, he does so with so much non-stop energy, that this alone becomes fascinating to watch. He does everything from voices to sound affects (though his Yoda can use a little work), working with no props or set pieces at all.

To his credit, the Star Wars fans in the audience were having a fantastic time and caught a number of references that, I have to admit, completely escaped me. For this reason, I wouldn’t necessarily consider this “a show for everyone”, but rather “a show for people who have done their homework”.

Reviews by Fritzie Andrade

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Total sell-out 2006!! Charles Ross returns to play all the characters, sing the music, fight the battles and condense the plots into just 60 'Lucas loving' minutes.

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