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Two Planks, Twenty Years and Three Acts

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This year marks the twentieth anniversary of Nova Scotia's Two Planks and a Passion Theatre.

For most of that time, audiences and theatre professionals have been making the trek to a gorgeous, but remote spot on the North Mountain, in King's County.

That's where Two Planks' founders - and married couple - Chris O'Neil and Ken Schwartz have their Ross Creek Centre for the Arts.

The CBC's Carmen Klassen visited them there.

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