How To Make Your Bitterness Work For You - a solo comedy
written and performed by Fred Raker
developed with & directed by Kimberly Richards
ABOUT THE SHOW:
Self-help guru Kent Underwood's book, "How to Make Your Bitterness Work for You," has been turned down by 86 publishers. He's so desperate for success he leaves his cell phone on during his seminar to get his agent's text messages regarding a potential book deal. Will Kent finally make his bitterness work for him? And how bitter will you be if he succeeds?
ABOUT FRED RAKER:
Fred began his career as a stand-up comedian, sharing the stage with such comedy luminaries as Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Reiser. Before long, he landed a job as a staff writer for the ABC-TV late-night comedy/variety series "Fridays," which featured Michael Richards and Larry David. Following that, Fred found himself working on the granddaddy of them all, "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson."
Reviews for Raker's previous hit solo comedy, "It Could Have Been A Wonderful Life"
"Nothing less then a Wonderful 75 minutes"
- SF Bay Guardian
"Raker asks the big questions and gets the big laughs"
- Pacifc Sun
"Raker is a gifted mimic and performer."
- SF Examiner
"This is an energetic and hilarious show."
Stage Werx Theatre (View)
446 Valencia (nr. 16th St.)
San Francisco, CA 94103