One Man Scene
update: Lucia Mauro included One Man Seen in her list of "top choices for the most inventive and empowering productions of 2002."

Glenn Sumi included Andy's preview of One Man Seen at the Toronto Improv Festival in his list of 10 Top comedy Shows in Toronto in 2002:

"10. Andy Eninger (The Tranzac Club/Jamboree 2002: Toronto Improv Festival, August 18)

Chicago's improv poet laureate devised an entire multi-character show on the spot. Set in a dilapidated playground outside an urban tenement, the astonishing piece examined sexual freedom and loneliness, as full of humanity as it was of humour."

The Show

FuzzyCo will open ONE MAN SEEN on Sunday, September 8, 2002 at the WNEP Theater (3209 N. Halsted). There will be a preview performance Sunday, September 1, before the run continues Sundays, September 8 – September 29. All performances are at 8 PM. Reservations are available by calling the WNEP Theater box office at (773) 296-1100.

ONE MAN SEEN brings together one of Chicago’s best solo performers, Andrew Eninger, and one of the best directors of solo performances in the country, Gary Ruderman. The creator of the “Sybil” performance collaborated with the director of “So I Killed A Few People…” and many others to develop this new production–ONE MAN SEEN.

Andy Eninger does it all—with a bare stage and an audience suggestion Eninger creates a spontaneous one-act play every week—from the imagined set to the imagined costumes, from the plot to the quirky characters. Eninger teaches at Second City's training center and performs with GayCo Productions. He is also the creator of "Sybil," a solo improvised format created at the Playground Theater.

The Reviews

The Cast

The cast of One Man Seen is Andy Eninger.

The Director

One Man Seen is directed by Gary Ruderman.

The Techincal Director

The technical direction of One Man Seen is in the capable hands of Heather Elam.

Press Info

Photos, the press release, and other press information can be found here.

One Man Seen | Reviews | Andy Eninger | Gary Ruderman | Heather Elam

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