My husband and I love, love, love Star Wars. We don't get dressed up in costume or attend conventions, but... we do engage in lengthy discussions about Star Wars, we did see the movies on opening day and watched the movies a trillion times, we have. We even used the music from the celebration scene (the last scene) from Star Wars Episode IV as the recessional music for our wedding (The music played when you walk back down the isle after the ceremony).
So, you can imagine my excitement when I learned about Star Wars: In Concert. It is a concert of sorts featuring music from all six Star Wars episodes. To spare you, dear readers, from a long blog post where I geek out over every detail of this concert, I will list the pertinent details in bullet form.
This is going to be really freaking cool because:
- a live symphony orchestra and choir performs the music.
- synchronized film footage is displayed on a high-definition LCD screen that stands three-stories high.
- the actor who portrayed C3PO, Anthony Daniels, will narrate live.
- Lucasfilm created film montages specifically for this production.
- a Star Wars exhibit containing costumes, props, artifacts, etc. will accompany the show.
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