Bostonians! Power up your light sabers, because this Monday, actor Charles Ross is bringing his One-Man Star Wars Trilogy to the Coolidge Corner Theater for one night only. The show is a one-of-a-kind theatrical piece of intergalactic proportions, managing to distill all three films into a 75-minute extravaganza in which Ross plays all the characters, recreates the special effects, mans the ships, fights both sides of the battles, and even sings from John Williams's score.
Above: Luke Skywalker resists the temptation of the dark side while constructing his green lightsaber in a cave on Tattooine in this scene cut from Return of the Jedi and, amazingly, not re-inserted into the film in the previous "Special Edition." This scene will be part of the Star Wars trilogy Blu-Ray release in 2011, which I guess is the "Super-Special Edition" or something like that. Kind of a cool scene, though, I guess.
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