Drew Lynch, a young actor looking forward to a professional acting career, is hit in the throat with a softball and is suddenly forced to deal with a new disability, a stutter. Samuel J. Comroe, a successful comedian who was born with Tourette syndrome, befriends Lynch and helps him learn how to make the best of his situation. Known as Preferred Parking, the comedian duo will be performing at UF on Friday, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room of Alumni Memorial Union.
Their show reflects the unwanted situations both are subjected to throughout their daily lives and focuses on how the underdog can reveal a lifelong struggle in a positive and hilarious light.
Preferred Parking will inspire and motivate you to think twice about complaining about your life, while sincerely making you laugh and re-think the word “handicapped.”
This event is free with valid UF I.D. Community welcome. $5 at the door. Rated PG-13. No children under the age of 13.
For more information contact Student Activities, Commuter Services and Leadership Development Office by calling 419-434-4606 or email email@example.com.
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