Now this sounds like fun: a classical concert built around the music of Star Wars, complete with costumes, scenes from the movie, and commentary by Anthony Daniels, who played C3PO. From the article:
Featuring an 86-piece orchestra, a chorus of 80 singers, and selections from the six film scores Academy Award-winning composer John Williams wrote for the “Star Wars” movies, this sci-fi musical event also includes scenes from the films, a laser show and Daniels narrating the saga.
The event also includes an exhibit of “Star Wars” props, production artwork, behind the scenes videos and and costumes, including C-3PO. The exhibit features many classic fan favorite artifacts, as well as several new and never-before-seen items, including blasters and helmets from Coruscant, Tatooine and other iconic “Star Wars” locations.
“Star Wars: In Concert” plays the St. Pete Times Forum at 4 p.m. Sunday. And, yes, a lot of “Star Wars” fans come in costume.
“If we get one young person at each concert to appreciate orchestral music, well, then it’s worth it,” says Daniels.