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Double Take

The "Odd Couple" of politics improv show

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On November 13, Tim Counts was asked to remove himself from the voting booth.  That request came from the Republican National Convention. Deep down, he knew they were right, but he also knew that someday, he would return to his Republican roots. With nowhere else to go, he appeared at the home of his childhood friend, Paul Marks. Sometime earlier, Paul's Democratic Party had thrown him out, requesting that he never return. Can two politically rejected men share an improv stage without driving each other crazy?

Tim Counts   
Paul Marks
Tim walking on a sidewalk with hand in his pocket toward improv show

Party Affiliation: Republican

Saturday, May 16th,  2020   8pm - 9:30pm


Tickets:  8.00 in advance; 10.00 at the door 



Fort Mill Community Playhouse

220 Main Street

Fort Mill, SC  29715

704-618-4203 if you have any questions.

Paul profile picture looking intothe distance during an improv show.  Colorful painting behind him

Party Affiliation: Democrat

Tim and Paul with sunglasses on an improv stage
Paul smiling at Tim on the OTC improv stage as Tim kneels on the ground
OTC improv show with Paul and Tim on center stage
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