Club Fugazi presents the living art of origami meets hilarious theatrical magic Ennio: The Living Paper Cartoon, Co-produced by Club Fugazi Experiences, Glynis Henderson Productions, and Jonathan Reinis Productions, it made a triumphant return to San Francisco with limited involvement after an 11-year absence. From 10 January to 5 February 2023.
Original fast-changing artist in just 70 minutes Ennio Marquette Mona Lisa to Marilyn Monroe, Adele, Freddie Mercury, Beyoncé, Lizzo, Harry Styles, Lady Gaga, Diana Ross, Maria Callas, Frank Sinatra, Elvis, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Justin – Bieber, Dolly Parton, Eminem, Bono, James Bond and more in creative paper costumes.
Ennio: Living Paper Cartoons be presented January 10-February 5, 2023 so Club Fugazi, 678 Green Street, San Francisco. For more information and to purchase tickets ($35-$69), the public can visit here. clubfugazisf.com or call (415) 273-0600. Production of Club Fugazi’s current hit, The 7 Fingers dear san francisco We will be taking a hiatus and returning on February 14, 2023.
Ennio was hailed by The New York Times as “a hell of a guy” and by Time Out London as “an hour of heaven from an entertainer touched by genius”. The production received acclaim from local critics, earning the highest rating (Leaping Man) from the San Francisco Chronicle, praising the show with praise such as: It’s the impersonation that makes his solo exhibition Ennio so interesting. Nor is it the amazing skill he exhibits in his hilarious hours. What makes Ennio such a unique delight is It’s how a routine unfolds from another.Play like a one-man beach blanket Babylon!”
Ennio: The Living Paper Cartoon was born when cabaret artist/comedian/actor Ennio Marchetto met his co-partner, Dutch fashion and costume designer Sosthen Hennekam. After a huge success at his Fringe Festival in Edinburgh in 1990, Ennio quickly became a cult hit for him, booking multiple sold-out tours across the UK and playing at London’s West His End. and performed at some of the greatest festivals around the world. For his Broadway production of Off in 1999, Ennio was nominated for a Drama Desk Award. His production ran at San Francisco’s Theater on the Square in 2000, was produced by Jonathan Reinis, sold out for four months, and was postponed. It was performed at the Napa Valley Opera House in 2003, and most recently he made his third performance at the Berkeley Repertory Theater in 2008. show. ” Ennio: The Living Paper Cartoon is currently playing in more than 70 countries around the world, from Singapore to China, South Africa, Colombia, Holland and the United States. Ennio reported, “Audiences rolling down the aisle. Clever, inspiring silliness,” and the Beverly Hills Courier called the production “amazing, original, and truly extraordinary. Must see.” The Times wrote, “Watching Ennio transform into a gallery of celebrities, objects and historical icons is like being transported to an alternate reality where everything is possible.
Located in the heart of San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood, Club Fugazi was home to the long-running Beach Blanket Babylon. The beautiful Italian Jewelery Box Theater presents the audience with a menu of locally sourced cicchetti (small plates) and wine and beer selections designed to complement the club’s Italian roots. In 2021, the theater will be home to the hit Dear San Francisco created by The 7 Fingers, one of his leading contemporary circus arts companies in the world. The show will continue to enthusiastic audiences, taking a hiatus in January and resuming on February 14, 2023.
Born in Venice, Italy in 1960, Ennio Marquette was expected to follow in the footsteps of his father, an espresso machine repair technician. But inspired by the Disney cartoons he saw as a child, Pina Bausch’s contemporary choreography, and the spectacular Venetian Carnival, Ennio created lavish costumes and masks, and Marilyn Monroe dressed in white. began exploring his talent for entertaining friends and family with visions of A paper costume that he handcrafted in his bedroom. Throughout the 1980s, Ennio continued to create extravagant costumes and masks, eventually performing in his first professional cabaret, winning the prestigious Golden Lion and Mosquito Awards for comedy. In 1994, Ennio went to Granada for Best Entertainment in Television, where he was nominated for an Olivier Award and produced his one-hour documentary titled Paper Marilyn, His Celebrations about his life and career. bottom. A year later, Ennio appeared at the 1st European MTV Music Awards in Berlin with Prince, George He Michael, Björk and several other stars included in his repertoire at the time. . Ennio has also performed with the Spice Girls, Bryan Adams and other artists for Prince Charles on the Royal His variety show broadcast on the BBC. Coupled with his ability to adapt to different cultures, his side split performances of some of the most beloved celebrities have been performed in over 70 countries, from Singapore to South Africa to Colombia.
Award-winning production company GHP has established a reputation as one of the UK’s leading international entertainment specialists. The company manages and represents a wide variety of theatrical, comedy and musical productions around the world and specializes in introducing unique and exciting productions to new audiences around the world. Other works include Life of Pi and STOMP.
Jonathan Reynis has produced theater productions that have received four Tony Award nominations, seven Tony Award nominations, two Pulitzer Prizes, and one Drama Desk Award. He has produced 14 of his shows on Broadway, including David Byrne’s American His Utopia. Network starring Bryan Cranston. Oh Hello; Dishonored; Pippin; Lombardi; Wishful Drink starring Carrie Fisher. Jerry Springer: Opera. How the Grinch Stole Christmas: The Musical. Kiki and Herb: Live on Broadway. Mrs. Edna: The Royal Tour. Russell Simmons Def Poetry Jam; Bill Maher: Victory begins at home. And it’s not the blues. Off his Broadway productions include Room Service, Marga Gomez’s Los Big Names, Josh Cohn-Bluth’s His Love & Taxes, and Brendan His Beane as Shay Duffin. From 1979 until 1985, Reinis ran the Alcatraz Theater in downtown San Francisco. He also built and operated his 750-seat Theater on the Square in downtown San Francisco from 1982 to 2003. Reinis is a member of the Broadway His League and a former member of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers. In addition, he ran his own advertising agency for his 25 years promoting the show. His wife and partner, Hilary Reynis, co-produces all of his work.
Home to the iconic Steve Silver Beach Blanket Babylon, Club Fugazi has a long and storied history as the site of significant breakthroughs in local, national and international culture for most of its 45 years of operation. increase. Originally built as a gift to the Italian community of North Beach, the theater has been a visiting home for artists, orators, politicians and other cultural innovators since its opening in 1914. by The 7 Fingers, one of his leading contemporary circus arts companies in the world. The show will continue to enthusiastic audiences, taking a hiatus in January and resuming on February 14, 2023. Late-night and off-night programming will feature spoken word, live music, and comedy, extending each of the celebrated legacies of the Club Fugazi story. Today, the Club Fugazi experience blends the excitement of live performances with the atmosphere of a nightclub. Curated for world-class performances, Club Fugazi features a menu of locally sourced cicchetti (small plates) and wine and beer selections designed to complement the club’s Italian roots . Guests are seated at the community counter in comfy chairs that swivel as the performance swirls to take in the entire room.