If you are considering utilizing Robert Mac’s services, be assured that you have made an excellent choice! Mr. Mac is a consummate professional, he is adaptable, incredibly talented and a pleasure to work with . . .
His particular brand of comedy is well suited for a broad audience and he is also able to address the interests of a particular niche. Through his love of language and his skills as a writer and performer, he is able to thoroughly entertain and engage an audience without using profanity. Imagine that!
. . . I think very highly of Robert’s skills and the expertise that he brings to every project. I look forward to any chance to involve Robert in further work.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions regarding Access Tucson and our experience working with Mr. Mac. I would be happy to share more!
You have to listen to Robert Mac–he sets up a scene and takes you with him on the journey of the joke. Part of the fun is going along on this journey.
Robert Mac takes you along with him, delights you with imagery and kindly self-deprecation, and then pause. Great comic timing, within the jokes and between them, never rushed, always time to appreciate the cleverness of the routine.
Robert Mac gives you time to laugh and time to reflect about how he took you to this funny place.
Mary Beth Haralovich, Ph.D.
Professor of Film and Television History
University of Arizona
“Mac the Xacto Knife casts a wide net of comic appeal.”
The Austin Chronicle
First, it is not only your intelligence, but the depth of your bits and the layers of pop culture references that I love . . .
I saw somewhere sometime somebody diagrammed all the relationships from the play ‘Our Town’ by Thornton Wilder. You’d have to know the play to get the reference. There were so many links among friends, families and lovers, the diagram looked like a lantana thicket. Your references are all linked like that, but not confusing. It all works because [you] lay it out for us, just right.
Nate Shelton, media specialist, videographer
Fun to laugh with and laugh at.
Unique blend of self deprecation and misplaced confidence.
Masterful use of language.
Lori Gibbs, comedian and award-winning writer
in brief for right now, here are some things i think about you and your comedy:
smart, subtle, hilarious, fun for the whole family if the family likes great comedy, quick, witty, quick-witted, and i’ll see what else i can come up with
Myq Kaplan, comedian
finalist, NBC’s Last Comic Standing
simple, clean, witty and funny
Jen Ward, Entertainment Director