"I guess I have a lot of problems, so many that I don't have time to go into them all in detail. Suffice it to say I'm anal, obsessive, vain, quick to temper, overly introspective, lazy, judgmental, insecure, and self-righteous. Probably the most annoying thing about me is that I'm hugely opinionated. But I kind of make up for that by always being right."


Friday, March 10, 2006

More Shameless Self Promotion

From the Santa Rosa Press Democrat:

Rick Reynolds' exploration of his multidimensional angst, and its emotional opposite, contentment, are the comic hooks for his new one-man show, "Happiness."

Reynolds has been hibernating in Petaluma since his CBS sitcom "Life ... and Stuff" was canceled nine years ago. He has been earning a living selling screenplays and TV pilots, but he hasn't been onstage since 1997.

Now, Reynolds is fine-tuning a new show at the San Francisco's Marsh Theater, performing alone on a set decorated with a kitschy flamingo painting, a rattan lounge chair, two pink lamps and a throw rug -- all borrowed from his cleverly decorated "retro" home.

There's more: Finding 'Happiness' in Observational Storytelling