CITY GUIDE - Fully Committed, starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson, is Broadway’s only solo show and one that requires a triple shot of adrenaline just to keep up with it.
PARADE - He plays all the roles—and there are 40 of them.
PEOPLE - Memorizing his lines for the roles proved tricky because as soon as he would finish learning one draft of the script, he'd receive a new one with new lines.
BACKSTAGE - Broadway’s “Fully Committed” should come with a trigger warning: Will hit close to home for actors with fine-dining waiting experience.
PIX 11 - This 5-time Emmy-nominated actor has to keep the place running, all by himself, playing more than 40 characters.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY - An asteroid is coming right for Earth, and it may very well be that the only person who can save it is a llama. Or not.
GRUB STREET - Today Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson begins previews on Broadway for Fully Committed.
NEW YORK TIMES - The show has a cast of one. Mr. Ferguson plays the paranoiacs and unchecked ids, too.
PLAYBILL - Jesse Tyler Ferguson spills the details on his upcoming one-man 40-character show, Fully Committed.
BROADWAYWORLD.COM - The delicious hit comedy, Fully Committed, begins performances Friday, April 1.
BROADWAYWORLD.COM - Theatre Forward and Chairman James S. Turley will lead a celebration to support American theatre at the annual Chairman's Awards Gala.
BROADWAY.COM - Jeff Richmond, whose previous scores include 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, will pen original music for the play’s Broadway bow.
BROADWAY DIRECT - The multitalented Jason Moore is teaming up with Jesse Tyler Ferguson for a 15-week engagement.
BROADWAY DIRECT - Ferguson’s talents are a perfect fit for what he calls “the ultimate actor’s challenge,” a 90-minute solo show.
PLAYBILL - Directed by Jason Moore, previews will begin April 2 prior to an official opening April 25 at the Lyceum Theatre.
NEW YORK TIMES - Jesse will star in the one-man show “Fully Committed,” a comedy about foodie culture by Becky Mode.
USA TODAY - Jesse joins Ray Romano, Jennifer Lopez, John Leguizamo, and more in the fifth big-screen installment.