Comedians Mary Mack & Tim Harmston
February 4 at 7:OO PM
Headliner: Mary Mack
Folk Humorist Mary Mack performs her sometimes-musical comedy at festivals, colleges, clubs, casinos and anywhere you can find a llama or a buffet line. She has acted in cartoons, weird student films, and commercials that urge you to buy food for your hamster. (Mary is totally FOR feeding your hamster.) A favorite on radio shows and podcasts around the country, including Marc Maron’s WTF Podcast, New York’s 2 Dope Queens, The Bob and Tom Show, and American Public Media’s WITS, Mary played the leading character Dylan on Fox’s new late night cartoon Golan the Insatiable, season one. Her voice has also been heard in the cult favorite Aqua Teen Hunger Force on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. Mack’s comedy (spotted with occasional mandolin or clarinet outbursts) has been seen in the Vancouver Comedy Fest, The Andy Kaufman Awards, Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival, and the San Francisco Sketch Fest as one of “The Dozen” up and coming headliners designated by the festival. She had her national TV debut on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham and NBC’s Last Comic Standing and has appeared on TBS’ Conan and NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly. This year she will be working with Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland to voice a main character in his new cartoon Solar Opposites and in his video game Trover Saves the Universe. Check out Mary’s youtube page under MaryMackComedy for lost videos or see a couple Conan sets on the Team CoCo YouTube Channel!
Feature: Tim Harmston
Tim Harmston started doing comedy in 2002 at the Mall of America, easily one of the most impressive malls in the Upper Midwest. In 2003, Tim won Acme Comedy Company’s Funniest Person in the Twin Cities competition, something he will be sure to tell people when he’s an old man in a bar. Tim has worked in some of the best clubs and theaters from Los Angeles to New York City. He has made TV appearances on Late Show with David Letterman, Comedy Central, and NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Tim’s comedy has been described as “absurd,” “sharp,” “hilarious,” and “other.” The best course of action for any comedy fan is to buy one of Tim’s albums on iTunes or check him out live on one of his many tour dates. You can hear Tim as a routine contributor to the Big River Radio Wave on Wisconsin Public Radio and see some of his sketches and stand-up clips on his website, TimHarmston.com.
Two drink minimum. 18+ shows- some adult content.
Tickets are $15/person plus taxes and fee’s