Julie draws much of her comic inspiration from her father, who always found the funny in every situation. For Julie, exploring deep, personal matters of health, happiness and humanity allows her to cultivate humor from those, sometimes, painful truths. “Going Deep to Go Funny” is a personal journey that allows Julie to come out the other side with soothing humor that makes soulful connections with her audience.
08:56 | Terry-Ann
Introducing, Julie Mac: In a storytelling genre, Julie performs stand-up comedy in NJ, NYC and the Catskills. She has performed her one woman show, “As I Am,” at the Metropolitan Room in NYC, the Randolph Performing Arts Center, and other venues in NJ. She performs regularly with her MacTrio at various venues in New Jersey.
10:04 | Julie Mac
You can’t be funny by yourself.
10:55 | Terry-Ann/Julie Mac
Surprises from Iowa??!! Funny, farms and family – getting my inspiration and love for storytelling from my Dad.
18:40 | Terry-Ann/Julie Mac
Julie’s cool look – when being “too pretty” is a drawback.
20:30 | Terry-Ann
What did you want to be when you grew up?
22:07 | Terry-Ann/Julie Mac
What is that OCD, hair-pulling disease called again? And other weird habits we don’t’ claim to have.
27:17 | Julie Mac
A Survivor’s Story | Welcome to my show F’ KALE! A Heart Journey
29:42 | Julie Mac
You gotta go deep before you can go funny. What do you hate about yourself?
31:48 | Terry-Ann/Julie Mac
The not-so-funny reality that heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States.
36:03 | Terry-Ann/Julie Mac
QUESTION: from Gregory Stock, Ph.D.’s, The Book of Questions 1987 ed. TAZ asks “How many times during the day do you look at yourself in the mirror?”
Near and Dear: www.WomenHeart.org | The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease
TAZ Comedy Hotline: 201-874-5971
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