“I’m less of a writer and more of a reporter,” says comedian Rodney Perry. “I kind of report my life and what I see. What you see from me on stage is the world as seen through my eyes.” That view is essentially of a husband and father, though his material isn’t strictly limited to relationships and the domestic life. “It’s my job just to pay attention. Whether I’m at Walmart, or I’m talking to my wife and she says something silly, or I’m with my children.” The delivery is high-energy.