Mark Mauriello is a Brooklyn-based performer and theater artist. He is the creator and star of The Neon Coven's OSCAR at The Crown, which had a twice-extended commercial run at Bushwick's 3 Dollar Bill and was hailed as "complex, brilliant, and celebratory even while steeped in its own subversion." Since graduating from Harvard University, he has performed at Ars Nova, Joe's Pub, New York Theatre Workshop (Celine Song's Endlings, dir. Sammi Cannold), the American Repertory Theater (Taylor Mac's The Lily's Revenge, dir. Shira Milikowsky), in nightclubs from New York to Berlin (Dr. Frank-N-Furter, The Rocky Horror Show), and even the occasional abandoned burger restaurant (Marjorie Newquist, Little Murders).
Mark is a co-founder of The Neon Coven, and above all, he believes in negative capability.
Mark and the rest of The Neon Coven gang performed a sold-out Halloweekend 2020 concert at Radial Park in Astoria. Here's Fleetwood Mac's "Rhiannon," joined by Kelly McIntyre. Stay tuned for more concerts and events at the drive-in later in 2021!
Currently in development: I Drove All Night: An Unauthorized Biography of Lisa Nowak* featuring the Music of Céline Dion (*Google Her!)