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Acme Comedy Company
708 N. 1st St. Minneapolis, MN 55401
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Learn more about Pete’s comedy and his radio show at the Stand Up! with Pete Dominick website.


Pete is one of the hardest working and most booked comics on the NYC club scene where he regularly works all of the top clubs including The Comedy Cellar, Gotham, The Comic Strip , Caroline’s, Comix, Stand Up NY, Dangerfield’s and The Laugh Factory.

Pete’s act is largely inspired by his personal life as well as his interest in politics and social issues. Pete’s quick wit, instant likeability and unique way of engaging any audience have made him one of the most sought after M.C.’s at the New York clubs. That talent has also finds Pete working as the audience warm up every night on Comedy Central’s _The Colbert Report _as well as over 100 episodes of The Daily Show.

Pete was selected to perform at the 2006 Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival on the “New Faces of Comedy” show, one of the highest honors any young comedian can achieve. Pete has also done stand up on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham and NBC’s reality shows Last Comic Standing and_ The Apprentice. _

Pete regularly opens for_ The Howard Stern Show_’s Artie Lange and has appeared with him at the 2007 NY Comedy Festival and The HBO Comedy Festival in Las Vegas.

In addition to working the clubs in NYC, warming up television studio audiences and hosting 2 radio shows every day, Pete has remained very popular where he started performing – colleges. His high energy and flexibility has granted him work at over 250 colleges and universities across the country in only 6 years. He is booked and re-booked at orientations and as the host of talent and other variety shows at campuses nationwide.

Joke Joint Comedy Club <em>Booty and the Beast</em> <em>Urinetown: The Musical</em> Metropolitan Ballet: <em>Sleeping Beauty</em> Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare: <em>A Midsummer Night's Dream</em> <em>Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day</em>