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Mac Awards

The MAC Awards, begun in 1986,[1] are presented annually to honor achievements in cabaret, comedy, and jazz. The award is organized by the non-profit organization Manhattan Association of Clubs and Cabarets (MAC), founded in 1983.[1]

The Awards encompass more than two dozen categories, such as: vocalists and vocal groups, piano bar and jazz performers, comedy and musical performers, writers of songs and special material, directors, musical directors, recordings, and musical revues. In addition, through special awards, MAC salutes outstanding contributions to the field of live entertainment.

In 2008, singer Maureen McGovern was among those honored.

Popular culture

On the television sitcom Will & Grace, Jack McFarland thinks he is nominated for a MAC Award in a third season episode.

References

  • Gans, Andrew. (May 17, 2004) Playbill.
  • "2008 Mac Awards" at Broadwayworld.com
  • Boobs! The Musical
  • [2] Mac Awards 2010

External links

  • Official website of MAC
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