October 30 - November 03

Mike E. Winfield

Mike E. Winfield

His comedy is refreshing and relatable in a way that makes him a comedic genius. Hailing from Baltimore, MD, Mike E. moved to California to pursue comedy and to escape the rough streets of Baltimore, remembering how he found a gun under his Mom’s pillow, and thought,

“I CAN’T WAIT FOR MY TEETH TO FALL OUT.”

The comedy scene felt natural to him and he embraced it raking up credits such as The Late Show with David Letterman, a reoccurring role on NBC’s The Office, Brad Paisley’s Comedy Rodeo on Netflix, an Emmy Nomination, and multiple movies in post production, one with the rapper DMX called PIMP. And somehow in the midst of rising to the top, he had to grow up quick because he fell in love and married an older woman with a child. That was actually the problem, he wasn’t ready to be a husband, so he made many mistakes. He has since learned and developed a bond with his stepson, whom he jokingly refers to as StepMAN because they’re close in age. He takes his ups and downs in his life and marriage and turns them into jewels he releases on stage. He often jokes about the age difference and his wife treating him like a kid, for instance in the grocery store she yells in front of everyone, “You better not throw anything extra in the shopping cart.” His response? “Well that’s hard for me to do while I’m sitting in it!!”


10/30/2018 8:00 PM
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His comedy is refreshing and relatable in a way that makes him a comedic genius. Hailing from Baltimore, MD, Mike E. moved to California to pursue comedy and to escape the rough streets of Baltimore, remembering how he found a gun under his Mom’s pillow, and thought,

“I CAN’T WAIT FOR MY TEETH TO FALL OUT.”

The comedy scene felt natural to him and he embraced it raking up credits such as The Late Show with David Letterman, a reoccurring role on NBC’s The Office, Brad Paisley’s Comedy Rodeo on Netflix, an Emmy Nomination, and multiple movies in post production, one with the rapper DMX called PIMP. And somehow in the midst of rising to the top, he had to grow up quick because he fell in love and married an older woman with a child. That was actually the problem, he wasn’t ready to be a husband, so he made many mistakes. He has since learned and developed a bond with his stepson, whom he jokingly refers to as StepMAN because they’re close in age. He takes his ups and downs in his life and marriage and turns them into jewels he releases on stage. He often jokes about the age difference and his wife treating him like a kid, for instance in the grocery store she yells in front of everyone, “You better not throw anything extra in the shopping cart.” His response? “Well that’s hard for me to do while I’m sitting in it!!”


Acme Comedy Company is an 18+ venue for all shows.

Seating:

Seats in the club are assigned when the tickets are claimed at the box office. As a bonus for our Dinner & Show guests; their seats are assigned first. Seating after that is on a first claimed, first assigned basis from the front of the club to the back. You can pick up your tickets as early as 2 hours before the show starts (seats are assigned then).


Dinner Seating Times:

8pm Show: Between 5:30pm and 6:30pm
10:30pm Show: Between 8:30pm and 9:15pm

Please note: Gratuity is NOT included in your purchase. The FEE associated with purchase is for the ticketing company, Seat Engine, as a handling fee for their service. Seat Engine is a separate company from Acme Comedy Company.

More information about our Dinner and Show packages is available here:
http://www.acmecomedycompany.com/sticks/dinnerpkg_std.php


*If you are trying to purchase tickets, and none are available ONLINE, please call Acme at 612.338.6393 to see if there are any more available.

His comedy is refreshing and relatable in a way that makes him a comedic genius. Hailing from Baltimore, MD, Mike E. moved to California to pursue comedy and to escape the rough streets of Baltimore, remembering how he found a gun under his Mom’s pillow, and thought,

“I CAN’T WAIT FOR MY TEETH TO FALL OUT.”

The comedy scene felt natural to him and he embraced it raking up credits such as The Late Show with David Letterman, a reoccurring role on NBC’s The Office, Brad Paisley’s Comedy Rodeo on Netflix, an Emmy Nomination, and multiple movies in post production, one with the rapper DMX called PIMP. And somehow in the midst of rising to the top, he had to grow up quick because he fell in love and married an older woman with a child. That was actually the problem, he wasn’t ready to be a husband, so he made many mistakes. He has since learned and developed a bond with his stepson, whom he jokingly refers to as StepMAN because they’re close in age. He takes his ups and downs in his life and marriage and turns them into jewels he releases on stage. He often jokes about the age difference and his wife treating him like a kid, for instance in the grocery store she yells in front of everyone, “You better not throw anything extra in the shopping cart.” His response? “Well that’s hard for me to do while I’m sitting in it!!”