No costumes, no sets, no Batmobiles—Ross takes you on a one hour joyride, from the caped crusader’s origins to his epic battles against Gotham’s super-villains.
This town deserves a better class of parody, and Ross is going to make sure you get it.
If you’ve seen Charlie perform his signature One-Man shows you know that this third installment in Charlie’s Trilogy of Trilogies is an event not to be missed. This show is weird, respectful of the source material, and irreverent.
Similar to many Fringe performers, Charlie is the sole actor, although he wasn’t totally alone on this journey—fellow Fringe Star TJ Dawe came along for the ride, as the director. Charlie chatted with Theatre Wire about his process, giving a glimpse into why we can’t miss this show!
What things do you want your performances to prompt people to think about?
What are you most looking forward to about the performances?
As a producer, how involved are you in guiding the interpretation and creation of a character?
How did you prepare to play your character?
What has been challenging about learning this role?
How has the rehearsal process influenced your original conception of your character?
What’s the most misunderstood aspect of an actor’s job, in your opinion?
What inspired you to write this show?
Is the story based in a true event? If so, what did you need to do to reshape the story into the guise of a play?