Umm, THIS IS REAL. I hadn't heard of the "Star Wars in Concert" series until I received a very life-changing little press release yesterday, but I must now share this wonderful knowledge with you all. As everyone knows, Star Wars surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together, and now we can experience it in person. Apparently a full symphony orchestra and choir have been roaming the land, not unlike a crew of Jawas in one of their sandcrawler transport vessels, visiting concert venues to play music from all six--yes, full canon--of John Williams' Star Wars scores while accompanied by footage from the films. And it's all narrated by Goldenrod himself, Anthony "C-3PO" Daniels, who will no doubt be as prim and British as you'd hope. Read the press release after the jump.
Star Wars In Concert is a unique multi-media event featuring music from all six of John Williams' epic Star Wars scores. Narrated live by Anthony Daniels (who portrayed C-3PO in all six films), featuring a full symphony orchestra and choir, and accompanied by footage from the films displayed on a 3-story-tall, high-def LED super-screen. Accompanying the concert is an exclusive exhibit of Star Wars costumes, props, artifacts, production artwork and specifically created behind-the-scenes videos from the Lucasfilm Archives. Many of these pieces are leaving Skywalker Ranch for the first time.