February 19th, 2022 8pm - 9:45pm
The Super Bowl of improv show
The Single Life VS The Married Life
In 1989, I met a girl, Jill, at a club and she asked if I wanted to come back to her place. With unbridled enthusiasm, I jumped in my car to follow her. If she drove over the speed limit, so did I. If she went through a red light, so did I. If she hit a pedestrian, so did I. I followed her so closely you would have thought her car was a tow truck.
When we pulled into her apartment complex, the Essex, I was thrilled. I lived there too!! In fact, I blurted it out as soon as we got out of our cars. But then it hit me...I am 24 years old, don't have a job, and live there with my mom and dad.
Jill asked, "Do you live alone"?
I shook my head sideways, "I have two roommates...a guy and a girl."
Interested in this dynamic, she followed up, "Are they a couple?"
I said, "Oh, yeah."
She smiled, "Maybe I know them."
Trying to end this interrogation I flatly stated, "I doubt it, they're older...like a lot, lot older...like they're almost dead."
After another minute I thought to myself, she likes you, just be honest. "I live with my mom and dad."
5 minutes later the date was over.
On a positive note, "my roommates" were happy I was home before curfew.
When I was single
Tickets are 11.00 in advance; 15.00 at the door.
Fort Mill Community Playhouse
220 Main Street
Fort Mill, SC 29715