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Comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short return to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center on Saturday, February 2nd with their “Now You See Them, Soon You Won’t” tour. The duo will be joined by the Grammy Award-winning bluegrass band The Steep Canyon Rangers and renowned jazz pianist and Jimmy Kimmel Live band member Jeff Babko.
This special performance will feature stand-up, musical numbers, film clips, and conversations about their (Martin and Short’s) show business experiences.
Reserved seat tickets go on sale this Friday, October 12th, at 10 am. Tickets will be available at the North Charleston Coliseum Advance Ticket Office, online at Ticketmater.com, or charge-by-phone at 1-800-745-3000.
Steve Martin is one of the most acclaimed and beloved talents in entertainment. His work has earned numerous honors including an Academy Award, five Grammy Awards, an Emmy Award, and the Kennedy Center Honor. Many of Martin’s films are considered modern classics including: The Jerk, Planes, Trains & Automobiles, Roxanne, Parenthood, L.A. Story, and Father of the Bride.
He is also an accomplished Grammy Award-winning bluegrass banjoist and composer. In 2017, Martin released his most recent full-length album, The Long-Awaited Album, a collaboration with the Steep Canyon Rangers.
Martin Short is a beloved comedian and actor, whose career spans television, film, and theater. Since his breakout performances on NBC’s Saturday Night Live, Short has become a household name with roles in feature films including the science fiction comedy Innerspace, Three Amigos, and the Father of the Bride series. He has also delighted audiences in Broadway performances including his 2006 revue Martin Short:Fame Becomes Me and the 1998 revival of Neil Simon’s Little Me. Short has earned two Emmy awards for his writing in SCTV Network 90, as well as his involvement in the 2014 “AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Mel Brooks.” He is also recognized for his performances in several television series, including Damages, Primetime Glick, and Merlin.
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