Divine Reckonings Artists Reveal #14:Daryl Lathon

What is Jacob’s House?
What is ForePlay:Divine Reckonings?

Daryl Lathon
Actor, ForePlay

Previous Flux Experience: First timer (but we loved him in Willy-Nilly and Infectious Opportunity!)

Do you have a favorite Bible character? No

Are you blessed? To a certain extent. I live in America.

If you were wrestling an angel, what moves would you use? I practiced Judo earlier in my life. I’d probably whip out a couple of old moves.

What would you do for more life? No idea.

What’s the weirdest thing in your parents’ attic? Nothing. They don’t have an attic.

What is your prior experience with the Old Testament? Reading it. Listening to sermons inspired by it.

Anything else coming up for you that Flux readers should know about? Not that I’m aware of.

Daryl Lathon’s regional credits include HENRY V, CORIOLANUS, KING LEAR (dir: Michael Kahn), A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM (dir: Joe Calarco), MASTER CLASS, and DEATH OF A SALESMAN His New York credits include REVENGER’S TRAGEDY (dir. Jesse Berger), DEAD RECKONING (dir. Jesse Berger) VOLUME OF SMOKE (wr. Clay Mcleod Chapman, dir. Isaac Butler) IN PUBLIC, ROMEO AND JULIET, and MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Pearl Theatre Company).

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