If you've ever found yourself asking, "Who would I rather be--the kid I once was, or the adult I am now?", then Rick Reynolds' comic one-man show, All Grown Up. . . and no place to go may have some answers for you. ...no place to go runs at Los Angeles' Tiffany Theatre, through April 27.
Reynolds' ventured from the comedy club to the stage in 1990 with his first comic monologue, Only the Truth Is Funny, a reflective collage of stories pasted together from his own childhood, adolescence, marriage and new parenthood. Truth played to sold-out audiences in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, and was then developed into a 90- minute special for Showtime.
In his new show, Reynolds explores the perils of adulthood, with a wistful glance at the past. Taking an honest look at how he struggles to keep the flame of marriage burning, and manage the strains of his career, Reynolds also admits, "I love my children, but they have ruined my life."
The San Francisco Chronicle hailed ...no place to go as "a perfectly cut gem" adding, "it's wildly hilarious." Currently Reynolds is working on Life...and Stuff, a television sitcom for CBS, co-starring with Pam Dawber.