Duo say they’re stepping gingerly around the topic of Trump and the election.
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Comedians Steve Martin and Martin Short's national tour offers a show with plenty of jokes and music – but precious little politics.The show, which visits dozens of states from North Carolina to California, includes stand-up comedy, film clips, musical numbers and conversations about their lives in show business. Martin thinks it's too early after a divisive election to add partisanship to the mix.The show will have costume changes, improv, bluegrass from Martin's six-piece band, Steep Canyon Rangers, and show tunes from Short and his accompanist, pianist Jeff Babko.The comedian Catherine O'Hara has called their act a children's show for adults.Martin and Short have been friends since the 1980s.They have worked together on films like "Three Amigos" and the "Father of the Bride" franchise.
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