The Canadian actor talked to Get Out magazine in 2007, when the show played Scottsdale’s Theater 4301 for two weeks:
“It kind of never ends. The way ‘Star Wars’ lives in the heart of some people, this show will survive after a nuclear war.”
Here’s a link to the Tribune review, which gave the show a “B.” Ross’ act involves a wild hyperspace spin through George Lucas’ original Star Wars trilogy — A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi — with pithy interjections of his own.
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