By John Lyle Belden
In “Acting My Age” at ComedySportz, stand-up comedian Matt Holt reflects on how age is as much an attitude as a number.
Holt relates that others always want him to act “older,” unless his parents want him to lie to get children’s admission. He admits that his apparent immaturity has given him problems in relationships. And then there’s the issue of whether to man up and go to Birmingham again.
Holt makes you laugh a lot and think a little, as he reveals the secret isn’t what age you act, it’s how you act at whatever age you assume. There is mature language, but you can decide for yourself the maturity of the speaker.