Star Wars Trilogy in 30 Minutes

Star Wars Trilogy in 30 Minutes
a kate west review
at the Coronet Theatre
366 N. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles
contact or (310) 657-7377
running October 25 - March 1

"Star Wars" is an iconic and legendary set of films emblazoned in our collective memories forever. But can we get the gist of all those pesky story lines in just half an hour? Director and Adaptor Patrick T. Gorman attempts to do just that in the hilarious "Star Wars Trilogy in 30 Minutes". With an earnest group of actors frantically jumping in and out of characters, the audience is treated to a fast-paced show, complete with crazy handmade props (R2D2 is a trash can!) and sound effects made by the actors themselves. And all in 30 minutes (time it yourself).

It's not a new concept (Tom Stoppard did the same thing with "Hamlet"), but always a crowd favorite and the more beloved the object of satire, the funnier it is. And this production succeeds beyond expectation. So catch it wherever/whenever you can and May the Force Be With You.

Star Wars Trilogy (Widescreen Edition with Bonus Disc)

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