Comedian Mary Dimino paints a picture of what it was like to grow up "flabby, funny and afraid" in her Italian-American family. Dimino chronicles her colorful Queens childhood and her quest to lose 115 pounds in what she's dubbed her "one (hundred pound lighter) woman show."
The act recalls frank and funny tales of "fat kids playing with Ouija boards" and being bigger than Santa in a holiday snapshot.
"She shares her story of weight loss and maturation with riotously funny delivery" -The Wall Street Journal VIP
$30 ticket includes, prime seating, backstage tour, talk back, and Q&A with star of the show Mary Dimino. Visit the Union Performing Arts Center Page here or click Tickets below:
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"With striking humor, Mary manages to get the audience to feel her painful reality and remarkably infuses it with humor. Amazingly you laugh until you cry feeling every nuance and inflection of the string of characters that she so meticulously carves out in her performance and effortlessly portrays."