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The sneak preview tour for On Your Marc - the new feature-length documentary that intimately captures the life, career and legacy of TV icon Marc Summers - was a success! Throughout October 2017, Summers presented the film in person, coupled with an array of singular events, during a coast-to-coast preview screening tour revolving around the 31st anniversary of Summers’ Double Dare.


In On Your Marc, the Indiana native looks back on his "messy" ups and downs, as he powers through the nerve-racking production and opening night of "Everything In Its Place: The Life & Slimes of Marc Summers," his hilariously illuminating one-man show, co-written by rising Broadway stars Alex Brightman (Tony-nominated lead in School of Rock: The Musical) and composer Drew Gasparini.

Like his two best-known television series, Double Dare and Unwrapped, On Your Marc combines a scrappy, “anything goes” appeal with that of an incisive, informative look at the nature of being in the spotlight. Along the way, Summers reveals how he survived cancer, a recent near-fatal car crash and his lifelong bout with OCD.

Reflecting the unconventional quality of Summers’ career, the On Your Marc tour showcased a unique array of live events in each city. Performances included local bands, Q&As with special guests, celebrity hosts, interactive Double Dare type games ... and even Summers singing along with one-man show "Everything In Its Place" co-writers Alex and Drew.


Our goal in producing the tour was to forego the conventional path of film festivals, and bring the movie directly to the fans. Festivals, conventions, streaming services and perhaps a more traditional theatrical run with a distributor are being explored. But first, we wanted to celebrate the film’s completion, the impact of Marc Summers, and the community still building around our favorite TV icon.



After an extremely successful nationwide "sneak preview" and live event tour around the country throughout the month of October (31st Anniversary of Double Dare!) that enjoyed stops at Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Austin, Baltimore and Chicago (along with various "live-stream" screenings of the massive Austin event) and a much-needed break for our crew (and Marc!), we are now making some needful tweaks to the film, thanks in part to the exciting change of events in Double Dare's returning to Nickelodeon with Marc Summers on board along with a subsequent live tour. 


We look forward to updating this entertaining and perhaps even educational film about a truly unique TV icon and his truly unique journey to get to where he is today.

Thank you all for your continued support and patience, and we will keep everyone updated as we move forward in 2019!

Some of the fantastic press we received about the film screenings and tour!

Marc Summers talks reboot and nostalgia mania when it comes to the latest version of Double Dare

Includes an exclusive outtake video of Marc Summers celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Double Dare at San Diego Comic Con 2016!

The Ringer profiles Marc Summers, discusses On Your Marc and features interviews with folks who know Summers best.

Interviews with Marc Summers and film Director/Producer Mathew Klickstein paint the backstory of the documentary

Marc Summers visits KTLA 5 and talks about OCD and the film!

ABC Chicago 7

Marc Summers on Chicago's ABC affiliate Channel 7 morning news!

Longtime friend of Marc's Rachael Ray talks about the On Your Marc sneak-peak tour!

You can't do much better than getting some love from Los Angeles Magazine when you're doing an event in LA!

One of Kansas City's favorite entertainment reporters, Eric Melin, talks with Marc Summers and film producer/director Mathew Klickstein about the film, tour and connection to filmmakers in Lawrence, Kansas.

Our good friend and longtime radio DJ Sam Gallant talks with Marc about the film tour and Marc's appearance in Baltimore.

Never Not Funny

Check out this hilarious podcast interview Marc did with Never Not Funny's Jimmy Pardo

Why a specialized tour like this at all?  Why make the film in such an unconventional way?  Why Marc Summers, anyway?  On Your Marc director/producer Mathew Klickstein raps with one of indie film's most substantial cultural outlets, Hammer to Nail, courtesy esteemed film professor and critic Christopher Llewellyn Reed.

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On Your Marc, new feature length documentary about the messiest man in show business: Marc Summers

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