Fully Committed

Fully Committed


A side-splitting tour-de-force for one actor playing 40 characters! In the bowels of a chic Manhattan restaurant, the phones keep ringing and the characters keep changing, from snobby socialites to entitled celebrities, each vying for the best tables, at prime times. Glued to his reservation desk, Sam Peliczowski, an out-of-work actor, juggles the dizzying succession of calls as he anxiously awaits news about an audition callback. Manning the phones will be the versatile and talented ARTIE Award winning Brian Msyliwy (La Bete, The Servant of Two Masters)! Not to be missed!

Directed by Fortunato Pezzimenti

Starring Brian Mysliwy*

* Member, Actors' Equity Association


"(Brian) Mysliwy is fully engaged in this preposterous experiment ... Production values are high ... A Broadway limited run with Jesse Tyler Ferguson begins next week, but there's no need to travel. This madcap journey at Irish Classical Theatre can hold its own in engaging audiences that are lucky enough to catch it before closing." - Michael Rabice, broadwayworld.com

4 STARS (out of 4) "Is there anything Brian Mysliwy can't do? ... It is both exhausting and exhilarating to watch. ... Mysliwy excels at these frantic, comedic tornadoes, the impossible love child of Robin Williams, Mark Rylance and Jim Carrey. ... These details are what make a production sing, night in and night out. If it tastes this good, you can only imagine what went into such a fine, delicious feast." - Ben Siegel, The Buffalo News

NY THEATRE GUIDE TOP PICK OF THE WEEK! Brian Mysliwy's performance is truly a marvelous accomplishment ... a master class in acting ... impressive and strong direction by Fortunato Pezzimenti ... If you're looking for a genuinely joyous and rapturous night at the theatre - fully commit to buying tickets to this show right now. - Diane Gebauer, ny theatre guide

"Mysliwy's tour-de-force performance as reservation-taker par excellence, along with good son, supportive friend, and factotum extraordinaire amidst the zanies that run the restaurant, shows how remaining composed under pressure will pay off big-time in the end." - Douglas Levy, The Public

"Bravo Ovation time, get your tickets yesterday! ... Brian Mysliwy does all this, bringing you laughing through this wonderful comedy, and wondering how that one actor could do all that! ... That restaurant might be trendy, but not as hot as seeing this at the Irish Classical Theatre!" - Willy Rogue Donaldson, Night-Life Magazine

"This production in the Irish Classical of Becky Mode's 'Fully Committed' deserves to have every chair filled for the run. It's another amazing performance from Brian Mysliwy. It's fascinating to watch a real pro like Mysliwy work. ... He's all the voices in the show ... you should see 'Fully Committed' ... you can see a top actor at the top of his game." - Augustine Warner, speakupwny

("Fully Committed") returns, with the full commitment of Briah Mysliwy, nearest thing to theatrical genius hereabouts since the late Chris O'Neill. ... from Bob to Zagat, Mysliwy plays them all ... requiring in Irish Classical's four-sided hall that he whirl like a blender to leave no patron behind ... the audience curtain-called him with a mixture of laughter, tears and actual sighs of relief." - Doug Smith, Buffalo Rocket

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