Darrell Barber

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Darrell Barber

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Primary Theater ComedySportz
Years Active 1989-1994

Darrell Barber was an improv performer.

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Darrell performed with Austin ComedySportz from June 1989 until May 1994, when he moved to Chicago with Martin Garcia and Debra Downing. All three toured with Second City as part of RedCo. He performed at iO Chicago with the troupe Monkey Danger, coached by Neil Flynn and David Koechner, and played piano at iO for several years. He toured nationally with Child's Play Touring Theatre for five years under the direction of Victor Podagrosi and Jeff Richmond. He performed at Chicago's Goodman Theatre in "The Christmas That Almost Wasn't". Wrote the fight song for Fontbonne University, St Louis, MO. Darrell is the creator of the ComedySportz game "Love Song" with Laura Estep, Debra Downing, Les McGehee, Jodie Amerell, Tyler Bryce, Hiram Flores, Marc Pruter, and Ann Mabry.

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