comedian & his off-the-wall alter egos
$18.50 advance / $19.50 at door
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July 31 8:00 pm
Here to provide solace (or at least a little perspective) in troubled times, Hollywood actor, author, storyteller, and comic Darryl Henriques once again takes the Freight stage for an evening of razor-sharp wit and off-the-wall observations on the human condition.
The man the San Francisco Chronicle once described as "an amalgam of Lenny Bruce, Paul Krassner, and Robin Williams" gained a loyal Bay Area following in the 1980s while working with the San Francisco Mime Troupe and the famed street theater performers East Bay Sharks. His credits in film, TV, and other life-impersonating situations include roles in Star Trek VI and The 13th Floor.
Tonight, Darryl presents his new show, "Is Darryl Dead Yet?" Fresh from his stint as an enumerator for the U.S. Census he will be delving into the critical question of whether or not he still exists on this the earthly plane. His show will attempt to identify exactly who he is, or at any rate who he thinks he is. It promises to be an comedic existential extravaganza with tales of the Cheese Board, the San Francisco Mime Troupe, the U.S. Army, and the Rocky River Police Department.
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