Stand-up comic to entertain at Chestnut Center
MARSHFIELD — Humorist Darren Marlar brings his family-friendly stand-up comedy to Chestnut Avenue Center for the Arts on Saturday, Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. Known as a Christian comedian, Marlar’s performance is sponsored by Spencer United Methodist Church.
In addition to his stand-up work, Marlar is a professional actor, voice artist, and radio personality. When he was just a child, Marlar discovered that he loved entertaining others at his school. That love continues to this day, and his entertainment of choice is comedy.
Marlar’s comedy covers a variety of subjects, including marriage, parents, in-laws, holidays, and even his very personal story, the trials and tribulations of being a redhead. He finds humor in day-to-day living, like children’s bedtime stories, growing older, or using a GPS. Marlar’s work is edgy and comedic, but he finds a way to keep it clean.
As a voice artist, Marlar has used his abilities to bring a wide variety of characters to life for radio programs, films, web projects, and audio books.
He is the creator, writer, and voice of “Daily Dose of Weird News” as well as the voice for “Creation Moments Minute,” both heard in several radio markets, online stations, and on iTunes. During the course of his career, Marlar has written comedy for over 1,000 radio personalities. He is currently developing/producing a sitcom, “Rock and a Hard Place,” for television.
Marlar has performed in front of thousands of people at hundreds of events, from small private parties to giant auditoriums and sporting arenas. He has also appeared live on network television with the Cornerstone Television Network and TCT-TV.
The ticket price is $15 per person, $12 for students. To reserve tickets contact Chestnut Avenue Center for the Arts at 715-389-8999 or email@example.com. The Center is located in downtown Marshfield at the corner of Third Street and Chestnut Avenue.