Solo show: 1-man Star Wars trilogy lands in Duluth

Actor Charlie Ross, who has performed his one-man Star Wars show on four different continents, is bringing it to Duluth's Teatro Zuccone.
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Actor Charlie Ross is bringing his one-man Star Wars show to the stage, WDIO reports.

Tickets are available from the Teatro Zuccone stage.

It's part of Duluth's Geek Week events.

Here's a glimpse of Ross at work:

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