Italian Chicks

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Italian Chicks
Friday, October 7, 2011 7:30 PM
Governors of Levittown, Levittown, NY
  • 18 & over
  • 21 & over
  • Two drink minimum
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  • Ticket Price: $29.00 - $59.00
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Tags: Stand Up Comedy, Musical Comedy
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
    21 & over
    Two drink minimum

THE ITALIAN CHICKS IS THE NEWEST, HOTTEST COMEDY TOUR ON THE SCENE TODAY. PART MEATBALL, PART CANNOLI. THESE WOMEN ARE SURE TO LEAVE YOU WANTING MORE… AND WE'RE NOT JUST TALKING ABOUT THE MEATBALLS! YOU'LL LAUGH HARDER THAN IF YOU WE'RE DRUNK AT AN ITALIAN OPERA !  A PASSIONATE COMEDY… WITH A LITTLE DRAMA !

A 2 HOUR CASINO STYLE SHOW!! 

THE ITALIAN CHICKS ARE MARYANN " BOOM BOOM " MAISANO,  MARY DIMINO, CAROLANN VALENTINO, AND LONG ISLAND'S OWN GINA SCARDA. 

A winner of the New York City Songwriter Festival, Maryann Maisano recently completed recording her debut CD of original compositions. Actor Danny Aiello, himself of big fan of the Italian Chicks, performs one of Maisano's songs, "City of Light", on his upcoming CD. Maisano also recently completed writing her one woman show, "The Agita Monologues", and plans to preview the show soon.She has opened for Joy Behar and Ray Romano.

Staten Island resident Mary Dimino is a familiar face on television, having appeared on Conan O'Brien and in sketches for David Letterman, VH-1, and Chris Rock. Last year, she won  the 2010 MAC Award for Best Female Stand-Up in New York City. Dimino played the character Polly on "New York Undercover", and won the 2009 Gracie Allen Award for her work in the PBS film "Fat: What No One Is Telling You". Dimino premiered her one-woman show "Scared Skinny" at the New York City Fringe Festival in July 2010.

Texas native Carolann Valentino has performed at the Gotham Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, and Caroline's on Broadway. Valentino's screen work includes the shows "Hell's Kitchen", "As the World Turns", and VH-1's "Best Week Ever", and the independent film "This Revolution" which was featured at the Sundance Film Festival. Her stage work has centered around musical theatre, including the roles of Diana Morales in "A Chorus Line", Anita in "West Side Story", and Lola in "Damn Yankees". Valentino recently previewed her one woman show, "Burnt at the Steak", at the Rouge Festival in California.

The show's MC, Gina Scarda, decided to become a stand-up comedian after retiring from the New York Police Department. A successful business entrepreneur, Scarda was recently named one of the "Top 50 Most Influential Women in Long Island" by Long Island Business News. Scarda portrays the mother in "Something About Ryan", winner of the 2010 Golden Ace Award at the Las Vegas Film Festival.