|Funny woman Anita Renfroe delivers high-seas laughs|
|Written by DeWayne Hamby|
|Tuesday, 13 May 2014 02:25 PM America/New_York|
Latest comedy DVD recorded live during a cruise
Best-selling author and speaker Anita Renfroe offers her humorous observations on topics such as kids, vacations and accidental cell-phone dialing in her upcoming home-video release, I’m Not High Maintenance, Just Low Tolerance (622306019397, $14.99) available June 24 from Crown Entertainment.
The release was recorded live in a crowded theater on a cruise ship event, offering a unique setting, but also presenting its own particular circumstances.
“Although the sea was calm during the first part of taping, occasionally, during the second half, I had to take a step back,” Renfroe told Christian Retailing. “You could see the curtains moving a bit.”
The location provided a chance for Renfroe to discuss taking vacations with family and the difference in the way men and women pack for a trip.
“Guys always talk about women packing, but we have a lot of different options to consider, like what color we might feel like on a given day,” she said. “Guys don’t pack emotionally.”
Although not limited in her appeal to women, Renfroe admits her comedy is flavored from personal experiences. She hopes that all viewers will appreciate the observations she makes.
“My comedy is female-slanted because I’m female,” she said. “I would rather people laugh because I’m talking about something familiar to them, not because they think I’m clever or hip or happening. I love the fact that laughter allows us to unite rather than highlight our differences.”
On the new release, Renfroe also offers an updated version of her hit “The Mom Song,” complete with rapping, and other songs about topics as diverse as fiber and the Psalms of David.
The Psalms tune is “about this fictional company, House of David Publishing, where I talk about how David, when he wrote the psalms, didn’t realize he would be ripped off by all these worship leaders,” she said.
Renfroe draws inspiration from her own life experiences, which she fleshes out before sharing with audiences.
“Most of the time, a one-liner turns into five minutes of comedy when I think about it,” she said. “These are things that just keep happening in life. Humor is universal.”
To order I’m Not High Maintenance, visit crownentertainment.us or call 866-791-0504.