Celebration Stage: Chapin Theater Digital Stage: Valencia A Behind-The-Scenes-Stage: W414 ABCD Celebration Fan Stage: W311 ABCD Star Wars Collectors' Stage: W303 ABC Star Wars Classroom & Lecture Hall: W300
Celebration Stage with host Jay Laga'aia Chapin Theater
10:30-11:30 -- One Man Star Wars Trilogy Prepare to be amazed as professional performer Charlie Ross performs the Original Trilogy -- sounds, voices, action, music -- by himself! Don't miss this show at Celebration, which has entertained audiences all over the world.
12:00-1:00 -- Postcards From the Princess: Carrie Fisher Actress and author Carrie Fisher, best known to Celebration fans as the indomitable Princess Leia, will take to the stage for an hour of conversation and recollection. Fisher, always a favorite with fans, will be interviewed by host Jay Laga'aia, and take questions from the audience as well.
1:30-2:30 -- The Man, The Sith, The Legend: Ray Park Ray Park, the actor and martial artist behind the iconic face of evil, Darth Maul, has also appeared in major action roles in G.I.JOE, X-Men, and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, among others. Park will be on the Celebration Stage for an interview and question and answer session as well.
3:00-5:00 -- Celebration V Star Wars Costume Contest Don't miss the best costumes in the galaxy, on stage together. Hosted by Jay Laga'aia.
Digital Stage with host David Collins Valencia A
11:00-1:00 -- Star Wars Tattoo Show Some of the best ink in the galaxy will be on stage in this now-legendary Celebration competition. Produced by Force in the Flesh author Shane Turgeon, the Star Wars Tattoo Show will be full of surprises!
2:00-3:00 -- Star Wars Sound Masters Ben Burtt and Matthew Wood Few sound designers have brought as much to entertainment as Ben Burtt and Matthew Wood. Come hear them talk about their legendary sound designs in an interview conducted by host David Collins, who is an Audio Lead and Voice Director at LucasArts.
3:30-4:30 -- Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season Three Revealed Don't miss Supervising Director Dave Filoni and CG Supervisor Joel Aron as they share the behind-the-scenes story, special sneak peeks, and awesome footage from the upcoming season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Behind-The-Scenes Stage with host Pablo Hidalgo W414 ABCD
11:30-1:00 -- Lorne Peterson: Modeling the Galaxy Lorne Peterson has created spectacular models for all six movies of the Star Wars Saga, and has worked on the Indiana Jones movies as well as many others. Lorne and host Pablo Hidalgo will take the time to more closely examine the artist's career, as well as the fine art of entertainment modelmaking.
2:00-5:00 -- Make-A-Wish Auction: TK Project Helmets and Tattoo Artist Skateboard Decks Artists from all over have contributed spectacular work for the benefit of the Make-A-Wish organization. The Celebration Make-A-Wish auction is your opportunity to contribute to a great cause while bidding on the chance to own a beautiful, custom-painted TK stormtrooper helmet, or a skateboard deck painted by talented underground and pop artists. Chris Romines of the 501st Legion has coordinated the TK helmet project, while Shane Turgeon, author of The Force in the Flesh, has gathered the skateboard art. Register before the show, and find something great to add to your collection while you do a world of good.
Star Wars Collectors' Stage W303 ABC
11:30-12:30 -- Star Wars Patches An in-depth look at Star Wars and Star Wars related-patches with collectors Tony Damata and Ken Tarleton. Learn about old and new licensed patches, hard-to-find cast and crew patches, various club patches, and fan-made patches. You'll also get the scoop on which exclusive patches to be on the look-out for at Celebration V. Attendees are encouraged to bring their extra patches to the panel, as there will be time for questions and answers, and to trade patches with other collectors.
1:00-2:00 -- Humorous Star Wars Items Duncan Jenkins' presentation on Humorous Star Wars Items is back! And with so many new items added to Duncan's updated repertoire, Star Wars fans will both laugh and groan at some of these humorous collectibles released over the years. For many, the concept of a humorous collectible is not readily obvious. But some of the best attention-grabbing collectibles are the ones that make collectors smile, laugh, or think "I can't believe they made that!" From Jabba the Hutt on a Peach Melba Yogurt Cup to six-foot Ewoks On Ice Skates, the Star Wars collectibles universe has had some very funny licensed items. For a look at some of the best Star Wars inspired, humorous collectibles, check out this panel, and don't forget to wear your Boba Fett Underoos.
2:30-3:30 -- Partners in Collecting Join us for the untold story of Star Wars collecting from a partner's point of view! Our panelists Anne Jenkins, Pam Green, Bob Canning, Marjorie Carvalho, and Kim McElwain -- all partners of some of the biggest Star Wars collectors in the world - explore the highs and lows of living with a collector and their collection. Learn the secrets of surviving life with a collector, enjoy some of our favorite travel stories, and find out whether the collecting bug is really contagious.
4:00-5:00 -- The End of Star Wars Collecting? Shrunken heads, baseball cards, trolls, stamps and coins, Beanie Babies, Star Wars...there are thousands of collecting hobbies. History has shown that all hobbies follow a predictable evolutionary path ending with their disappearance. The only difference is how quickly that inevitable end arrives. What does the future hold for Star Wars collecting? Is the end near? Or will Star Wars buck the historical trend and last forever? Collectors Martin Thurn, Charlie Marcus, Eliing Haug, Isaac Lew, and Mark Salotti will draw on the wisdom and experience of three generations of Star Wars collectors to offer answers these questions and more.
Celebration Fan Stage W311 ABCD
11:00-12:00 -- They'll Do Their Job: Costuming for the Clone Troopers of the Prequels This panel covers the various incarnations of the armored clone costumes seen in the prequels.
12:30-1:30 -- What the??: Costuming in the far reaches of the Galaxy Costume creation of Denizens & Aliens. This panel discusses characters such as Jawas and sand people, but also delves into other aliens and the special techniques (including prosthesis) used to create them.
2:00-3:00 -- Beyond the Screen: Costuming in the Expanded Universe In addition to discussing specific characters such as Mara Jade, this panel discusses the challenges that accompany Expanded Universe (EU) costuming such as adequate and consistent reference, and the issue of public recognition.
3:30-4:30 --Star Wars Trivia -- Last Player Standing Galactic Championships Test your Jedi skills, or at least your Star Wars Trivial Knowledge as Kevin Liell, trivia host extraordinaire, challenges the audience to a "last player standing" challenge, for the title of Galactic Trivia Champion. Compete for fabulous Star Wars prizes, and for the honor of being the most knowledgeable Jedi Master in the galaxy.
Star Wars Classroom & Lecture Hall W300
11:00-11:30; 12:00-12:30 -- Orgami Classes Learn how to fold Origami versions of Yoda, Darth Vader and Admiral Akbar with Tom Angleberger, author of The Strange Case of Origami Yoda from Amulet Books, an imprint of Abrams. Written in the form of a mystery case file, this quirky novel tells the story of Dwight, a "total loser," who dispenses surprisingly sage advice to his classmates through an origami finger puppet of Yoda. Origami Yoda predicts the date of a pop quiz, knows who has a crush on whom, and saves several kids from total social humiliation. Tommy, one of Dwight's savvier classmates, can't understand how Origami Yoda can be so wise when Dwight himself is so clueless. Is the puppet somehow tapping into the Force? With the help of his classmates, Tommy attempts to discover the mystery behind... The Strange Case of Origami Yoda.
1:00-2:00 -- Star Wars Filming Locations Seasoned location hunters Gus Lopez and Brandon Alinger present an overview of the filming locations used for both the Original Trilogy and the Prequel Trilogy. From the deserts of Tunisia to the Glaciers of Norway, Gus and Brandon have been hunting Star Wars locations for a combined twenty-five years. In this hour-long panel, they will show photos of the actual locations used to shoot these films, and how they have changed over time. They will also showcase a location that has not previously been found by fans.
2:30-3:30 -- Fandom in 140 Words or Less Join Mandy Bulat, from the popular blog TheAdorkable.Net, and Eric Geller, Social Media Director for TheForce.Net, for a discussion about the impact of social media on Star Wars fandom. Joining Mandy and Eric will be a stellar cast of popular social media experts. The panel will focus on the rise of the Star Wars "new media" -- live-blogging and tweeting.
4:00-5:00 -- Fan Movies: From Dream to Screen Shane Felux, director of Star Wars: Revelations, Pitching Lucas, and Trenches, is on hand to share tips, tricks, and hard-earned experience with aspiring dreamers and filmmakers. Learn about putting together a cast and crew, how to delegate, why pre-production is the most important stage of any project, and the key to keeping yourself motivated when "The End" seems impossibly far away. Whether you want to play in the Star Wars universe or create your own original vision, Shane can help you move from dream to screen and share it with the world.
Expanded Show Features
Laser Tag - Hall D1 - 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fed Ex Shipping Facility - Room W203 ABC - 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Jedi Training - Exhibit Area A4 - 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 1:30, 3:30, 4:30
Droid Challenge - Exhibit Area WB3 - 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Celebration V Grand Droid Parade! Starting at W205 2:00 PM