Charles Ross performs “One Man Lord of the Rings”
The critically acclaimed actor Charles Ross, famous for his live show, the One Man Star Wars Trilogy will be performing his One Man Lord of the Rings as a fundraiser for the newly formed City of Victoria Youth Council (CVYC).
The performance will take place on Friday, July 22nd at the Victoria High School Auditorium. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets are $15 and will be available for purchase at Lyle¹s Place, Dark Horse Books or at the door.
For more information on ticket sales please call the Burnside Gorge Community Center at 388-5251.
Come dressed as your favorite Lord of the Rings charactor and enter our costume contest judged by the LOTRs man himself, Charles Ross.
About Charles Ross:
Charles Ross is a Canadian actor who, with the help of director TJ Dawe, has built himself a career performing hilarious one-man shows based on pop-culture classics such as Star Wars and The Lord of the Rings. He has performed all across North America in cities including Toronto, Atlanta, Orlando, Boston, Chicago, Vancouver and San Diego. Charles Ross recently performed for thousands of the most dedicated Star Wars fans at the Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith worldwide premiere convention. Be it family, friends, or famous celebrities such as Sir Ian McKellin and Vin Diesel, Charles Ross always receives the best from his loving audiences at his laugh out loud comedy extravaganzas. This benefit performance will be his last in Canada before he travels to New York City and Broadway for a series of shows at Lamb¹s Theatre. For more information on Charles Ross, visit his web site at onemanstarwars.com or call 881-6112.
About the CVYC:
Formed in late 2004, the CVYC is a local group of dedicated and highly-involved youth ages 12 – 22 who have given themselves a voice through this unique municipal project that is the City of Victoria Youth Council. The group¹s main objective is to bridge the gap between the city¹s politics and its young peoples¹ needs by consulting with youth about issues that matter to them and by forwarding recommendations for policy and programming to City Hall. For more information about the youth council, contact Chelsea Peddle at 595-8012.Posted in Old Special Reports on July 12, 2005 by xoanon