Maryann "Boom Boom" Maisano
Maryann left corporate life (or as she calls it ‘doing time in a bank’) to pursue her passion for performing and never looked back. A singer, songwriter, musician, comedian, writer, and actor—Maryann is the consummate entertainer. After winning the New York City Songwriters Festival award, her musical career took off. Her song "City of Light," was recorded by the late Danny Aiello and nominated for a Grammy. Her second CD, "Playing with My Heart!" debuted in 2017 and her third CD, Make Me Crazy debuted in 2019 and is featured is on iTunes, Amazon and Pandora and downloaded all over the world.
Maryann didn’t get the nickname "Boom Boom" for nothing. She literally doesn’t know the meaning of ‘slow down,’ while continuing to write and sing original music, she also began pursuing stand-up comedy. She’s performed in comedy clubs throughout the tri-state area and opened for comedy greats Joy Behar and Ray Romano.,
Looking for a way to showcase both her music and comedy, Maryann formed “The Italian Chicks” variety show in 2010. Performing as both its headliner and lead musical talent while featuring a bevy of Italian-American funny women was an instant hit. The combination of stand-up, hilarious song parodies, and tender ballads that have become an integral part of the show continues to win over audiences.
Even while touring the country with the Italian Chicks, she found time to pen her one-woman play; “Agita” which opened to critical acclaim in 2017. Needless to say Maryann relies heavily on caffeinated coffee. Espresso naturally.
Danny Aiello was so taken by the show he endorsed the show until his passing.
Cara’s material is based on her life experiences and daily happenings, as well as observations she’s made along the way.
Cara’s sense of humor and charm make her a must see on the comedy circuit. Cara has performed at venues across the country and cut her teeth on the New York comedy scene at such venues as Governors Comedy Club, The Brokerage and Gotham Comedy Club.
Cara was a principal in the acting troupe “Improbable Players” dedicated to educating middle school aged children about alcohol and drug addiction. She was a semi-finalist in the Food Network’s “Next Food Star” and winner of the "Ladies of Laughter" in New York. As a result of living a sober life, Cara’s greatest accomplishment to date is her son Benjamin. Besides her last name means Love - come on- what's better than that :)
She was raised on New York's lower east side, but now calls Brooklyn home. She got her start as a baby model. She’s done stand-up at the Punchline in Atlanta, the Metropolitan Room and The Stand in New York. She’s in the Guinness Book of World Records for performing in the world’s longest-running variety show along with Tony Danza. She is also an amateur swing dancer however she does not tell jokes while dancing.
Debbie has been making audiences laugh since her days at Junior High School 135 in the Bronx. She draws on her real, but unreal life experience that includes three marriages, two daughters, and a grandson to fuel her hilarious no holds barred act.
She’s worked with top headliners up and down the East coast and taken the stage at numerous festivals and competitions and “proudly won some.” She’s also appeared on ABC TV as a finalist in The View’s Most Hilarious Housewife contest as well as several film roles. No matter where you catch her, when Debbie’s on stage you know you got the "Bronx in da House!"
The warm up comic for ABC's The View in NYC. She also spend years behind the scenes at SNL - Saturday Night Live .
She has performed at Comedy Clubs thought-out NYC
Regina studied improvisational comedy at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre in NY.
Presently, Regina developed an original idea for a Broadway musical with writing partner, Lindsey Turner, and a song and lyrics teams comprised of Gary Adler, the musical genius behind “Altar Boys” and Phoebe Kreutz.
The Play premiered in Bucks County "The New World". Regina and Lindsey have also written a full length feature for Adelstein-Parouse Productions and worked in development with CBS-Paramount and Marc Rosen.
Born in Brooklyn, raised in Queens and lives on Long Island. At six years old she became a member of the children's television show, "Startime." In her early twenties she auditioned and was accepted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. That's where her passion really began for the arts. After taking a long time off for family, she returned to acting and continued her dreams. She has appeared in theater productions from regional theater to community theater.on Long Island and New York City.
Because she spent many years as a comedic actor she decided to try her hand at stand up. That was ten years ago and she hasn't stopped since. She's appeared in comedy clubs and various comedy venues from Long Island, to New York City and Las Vegas.
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