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Warning: contains strong language including curses and the word "defibrillator"
Only Norm Macdonald could bring down the house at the Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget with this zinger: “Bob, you have lot of well-wishers here tonight, and a lot of them would like to throw you down one—a well.” As corny as that joke is, it gets elevated to genius absurdism when he delivers it. The secret lies in Macdonald’s voice, which somehow bridges absolutely sincerity with unrelenting sarcasm. His fans have been drawn to this potent blend for over 20 years now, ever since he joined the cast of SNL in 1993 and went on to host “Weekend Update” (and boost the visibility of Frank Stallone). Since then, he’s gained cult status with films such as Dirty Work, hosted his own acclaimed podcast, and even voiced an alcoholic pigeon on Mike Tyson Mysteries.
There's usually something entrancing to see on Chrysler Theatre's stage, but there's always a captivating view from its walls of windows. The building sits along the Detroit River, with a prime outlook on Detroit's skyline. Twelve hundred red seats fill the auditorium, stately and comfy in equal measure. The Chrysler is part of St. Clair College, which has a robust musical theater department to fill the stage when it's not hosting touring shows.