An enterprise, business, etc, controlled by one person: The company had previously been run as a ''one-man show'' (entry form 1921+, variant 1938+)
Like writing, kayaking is all a balancing act, a one-man show of force and skill.
As a cultural corrective, Hayes is currently touring in a one-man show titled Riding the Midnight Express with Billy Hayes.
Unfortunately for Afghanistan, the country and the electoral process are both largely a one-man show.
She asked me if I wanted to read it with her and turn it into a one-man show.
He next takes his one-man show to Dubai, followed by some dates in Europe.
Well, thats about all; except that you are to hang my pictures at the one-man show.
They advised me to have a one-man show, late in the winter, so as to get publicity.
Our friend Hooker had done this, and he had climbed to a one-man show in Fifth Avenue.
Our formal organization is lousy, because Maragon is a one-man show.
A miserable Gallery had refused to let that straight-haired genius have his one-man show after all.