Rick Huddle’s work exposes the tender, humorous and, at times, outrageous collision of inner psyche versus personal relationships. His openness, humility, and compelling presence draw the audience into the story as if it were their own. His characters relate to people with their infectious uncertainty, confusion, and desire for connection.
Drawing on influences of Spalding Gray, David Sedaris, and a dash of Bill Cosby, he performs personal narrative monologues juxtaposing self-deprecating humor with self-honoring ego. He searches for order in the chaos of questions bouncing through our heads.