Mary Ellen Bernard


“This diminutive blonde can rip thru Dixieland, jazz, opera parody and anything else she sets her demented mind on and then break your heart with a slow, soulful rendition of Noel Coward’s plaintive ballad, ‘Matelot,’ a lonely song about how it feels to miss a sailor ….” – Michael’s Thing Weekly Entertainment Magazine

“Bright and sassy, perky little blonde Mary Ellen Bernard struts onto a cabaret stage … to deliver an eclectic collection of tunes seldom, if ever, heard. Her tone is sharp and a devil-may-care twinkle … conveys a sophisticated edge to her little-girl-lost persona.… She’s original, delightful ….” – Backstage