The specialty solo show written by and featuring Charles Ross at the Lamb's Theater is a brisk, theatrical retelling of the first three "Star Wars" movies that were released. At performances Oct. 28-31, "treats, prizes and a costume competition" will be part of the experience. Audiences are encouraged to come in costume, "whether 'Star Wars,' sci-fi or not," according to the producers. "Stormtroopers will be in the audience all weekend and will be serving the audience free Wookie Cookies, Darth Malts, Yoda Soda, and Deathstar Popcorn Balls."
There will be a costume competition for each performance from Oct. 28-30, judged by Charles Ross. At the Halloween performances, Broadway's Christian Borle (Spamalot) and John Treacy Egan (The Producers) will judge. Prizes from Toys-r-Us, Mars 2112, Forbidden Planet, Creative Costume and St. Marks Comics will be awarded for the best costumes.
The Halloween schedule for One-Man Star Wars Trilogy is
Friday Oct. 28 at 8 PM
Saturday Oct. 29 at 3 PM & 8 PM
Sunday Oct. 30 at 3 PM
Halloween Monday Oct. 31 at 7:30 PM
One-Man Star Wars Trilogy is directed by TJ Dawe and produced by Big Leap Productions with lighting design by Mike Schaldmose. Tickets are $45 for all shows on Halloween weekend.
Tickets can be purchased by calling Telecharge at (212) 239-6200 or on the web at www.telecharge.com . Tickets are also available at The Lambs Theatre box office, 130 W. 44th Street from 1-8 PM (Monday, Wednesday- Saturday) and 1-6 PM (Sunday).
One Man Star Wars Trilogy performed with permission of Lucasfilm Ltd. All "Star Wars" elements property of Lucasfilm Ltd.