Maryelle has been cast to act in 4 indie feature comedies. Stay tuned for details!
Great night of comedy! 11.28.2018
Half Hour Set
at Yonkers Comedy Club!
So excited for Not Moms Comedy Show 11.10.2017- this is a show NOT to be missed!!!
Photo below by Phil Provencio!
New photos below by Phil Provencio!
Yonkers Comedy Festival is back!
The 2nd Annual Yonkers Comedy Festival - October 11-15th, 2016!
Maryelle telling jokes at
COMICS! PB&BS comedy show
at HA! Ridge Hill.
Photo by Mike Celona
Ha! Ridge Hill Comedy Club opening in March 2016!
You can catch Maryelle telling jokes!
Dates below to be rescheduled!
Maryelle has been voted the NoMa Comedy Comic of the Month for September 2015! Thank you to all who have voted for me! Nice write up from Noma Comedy.
Maryelle particated at the inaugural Yonkers Comedy Festival 2015. What a fantastic event. Maryelle hosted 2 shows at Rory Dolans in Yonkers, the Comedy Contest and World Record Setting Show. We are hoping to get the Guinness Book of World Records for most comics on a single traditional show. Stay tuned!
Indie Feature Film "Raise Your Kids on Seltzer", Maryelle acted in, premiered August 2015 at the
New Parkway Theatre in San Francisco & played
the wife of an ex cult leader. Directed by award winning director Daniel Kremer and esteemed
Sidney J. Furie an Executive Producer.
Maryelle had a ball acting in the sitcom pilot
"The Bistro". Maryelle was a main character
and had a blast playing character Rachel.
"The Bistro"premiered at The Global Revolution
Fim Festival. Stay tuned, we expect great things
for this comedy!
Maryelle cowrote and recently optioned a short comedy script to an independent production company in California. We expect it to go in to pre-production in 2016 and to have a part acting in. Maryelle co-wrote
this script with her past NYC roomie Kristin Childers. We are very excited to see the script come to life on the big screen!
Maryelle co-wrote, co-produced & acted as
a main character in campy sitcom pilot
"Diner NYC". Script pilot 2nd runner up in
Montreal Comedy Festival's "Just for Pitching". Filmed 6 episodes in NYC's Upper East Side.
Maryelle had a ball acting in sitcom pilot
"Open House". Maryelle had the opportunity
to improv, one of her favorite comedic
joys. This comedy pilot premiered with a screening and stand-up show, Maryelle also performed in, at the Comic Strip Live.