We proudly present EASTVILLE MIDNIGHT SPOTLIGHT.
Presenting a special pop-up show where we feature one of New York City's hottest stand-up commodities. Handpicked and curated by the EastVille booker... this headlining comic will crush the stage for entire show. No openers or closers! Just pure, raw, one-person Brooklyn comedy!
Mark DeMayo is a recently retired NYPD detective, so he's now free to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, about what its really like to be a NYC Cop. Mark's been one of the best comedians on the East Coast for over a decade. Mark’s Stand‐Up has been featured Showtime’s “White Boyz in da Hood” Comedy Centrals “Laffopolooza” Si‐Tv’s Latino Laughter and the film “Stand‐Up 360”. He can also be scene giving celebrity commentary on MTV & Spike TV. Mark is also an accomplished actor with guest starring roles on CBS “DellaVentura” “Central Park West” and Fox “The Jury.
NO TWO DRINK MINIMUM. As a limited offering for 2019, we've SUSPENDED the 2 drink minimum in the name of phenomenal comedy in Brooklyn! We still offer specialty crafted cocktails available to quench your thirst if you so desire. Along with yummy homemade popcorn and candy.
All ages welcome. Line-up subject to change without notice. Arrive 30 mins before showtime as seating is on a first-come basis. Those arriving late are not guaranteed seats. If reservations are missed, they can be rescheduled without penalty.
Mark DeMayo born in New York City with the first name Mayobanex has found ways to get laughs using autobiographical material. He dishes about everything from how his parents met to a problem he has with his daughter’s hip-hop lessons.
From his days at prep school to break dancing and acting classes DeMayo 42 has played many roles. He finally made his television acting debut as a guest star on a show titled “Della Ventura” on CBS. From there he got steady work on the daytime soap “As the World Turns.”
He also has been on morning radio in New York City has performed on Showtime's "White Boyz In Da Hood " and in the Laffapalooza Comedy Festival. The suggestion to do improv theater came from an acting teacher and DeMayo took it seriously. Stand-up soon followed.
“The thought of doing stand-up comedy scared the crap out of me ” he said. “So I knew that I had to try it.”