Comedian and Folk Humorist Mary Mack Comes to Acme
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The Danger Committee has brought its trademark blend of spine-tingling thrills and hilarious comedy to NBC's America's Got Talent and to venues around the world. At Danger 101, you'll learn how the trio of mayhem maestros came together and brought their knife throwing, stun-gun juggling, yo-yo magic and other death-defyingly stupid routines to life. Learn how knife thrower Reynaldo teamed with a pair of jugglers despite the fact he loathed juggling. Get the inside scoop on a proposed alternate character who never materialized: Dr. Ernst Von Schmelling. Educate yourself like never before via an entire history of the yo-yo. It all adds up to an evening of definite comedy and possible tragedy with The Danger Committee. Learn More
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Folk humorist Mary Mack spends half her time convincing her Minnesotan mother it’s okay for her daughter to be a comedian and the other half touring the country in her sweet, $400 Dodge Neon — affectionately referred to as “Street Heat.”
Mack and her mandolin sing-alongs have been featured on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show, XM’s National Lampoon’s Comedy Network, and Minnesota’s Polka Spotlight. After winning the 2005 California’s Funniest Female Contest, she went on to appear in the Vancouver Comedy Fest (2007), HBO’s Andy Kaufman Awards (2007), Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham and NBC’s Last Comic Standing.
Mack started her career in Nashville and now splits her time between Los Angeles and Minneapolis, where she recorded her live album Either You Wake Up or You Don’t at her home club, Acme Comedy Company.
Her endearing stage presence and off-kilter, musical surprises, stemming from her background as former music teacher and polka bandleader, make her popular in up to three non-adjacent counties in Wisconsin.