Second City alum Ithamar Enriquez is bringing his critically acclaimed silent one-man sketch show, “Ithamar Has Nothing to Say,” to Donny’s Skybox Theatre, 1616 N. Wells, June 12-20.
Set to an eclectic mix of music from Louis Armstrong to Daft Punk, the “Charlie Chaplinesque production, directed by Frank Caeti, features Enriquez performing his one-man sketch comedy without uttering a word. The show is currently in development for a Web series.
Tickets, $10-$20 are available at secondcity.com.
Enriquez’s resume boasts “Arrested Development,” “Key and Peele,” “The Office,” “Law and Order,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and “Beyond The Lights.”
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