Venue Details

Marines' Memorial Theatre
At Mason St. 609 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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4.6 / 5 Rated by 5 members
Review from bwkbwk
Red Velvet 380 events 107 reviews

This was a very good show, with lots of humor and poignancy. It lasted for nearly 90 minutes without an intermission, and it kept my interest throughout.

Although the poignancy was integral to the story of Rick's life, it took away from the...continued

reviewed Nov 03 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Ruth Ann Jones
Red Velvet 36 events 8 reviews

It is like watching a live autobiography, that is well scripted, acted, and humorous. The 1 1/2 hours show moves through quickly and enjoyably. It is rated R, so don't bring the kiddies.

reviewed Nov 09 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Allen Wagner.
170 events 76 reviews

This was a terrific show. Not all humorous, it's true - but then life comes at us with both humor and challenge - the show wouldn't be a truthful biographical sketch without the balance of both - and Rick did promise to be utterly truthful. It's...continued

reviewed Nov 10 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Pritch
83 events 19 reviews

Rick has a one man show talking about his life. He mixes up the funny aspects as well as the serious ones too. Be prepared to ride the roller coaster of these ups and downs, but it is a fun (and interesting) ride.

reviewed Nov 10 2009 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

Love God Sex (and other stuff I don’t have) was originally presented under the title _Only the Truth is Funny: Mid-Life at the Oasis, _and got great Goldstar reviews in its summer 2009 run.

Description

Rick Reynolds is baaack!  Comedian and playwright Rick Reynolds is back with his new show directed by Jason Alexander (Seinfeld). Love God Sex (and other stuff I don’t have) is Rick’s take on his tempestuous life.  Personal confessions, gut-wrenching personal childhood remembrances and high hilarity are all part of Rick’s story.  Love God Sex (and other stuff I don’t have)* *was formerly presented at the Marsh Theatre under the title Only the Truth is Funny: Mid-Life at the Oasis

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