Tuesday, May 20, 2014
The Gospel According to...Zac Moon
Hometown: Richmond, VA
Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Go Tar Heels!)
Who do you play in The Mysteries?: Al/Philip
Tell us about The Mysteries: Tackling the Bible in a single night through the lens of some of todays most interesting playwrights and some of the hardest working artists on the planet. It's fun, moving, inspirational, a little sexy and there's nothing we would love more than to host you for a one of a kind event.
Describe The Mysteries in three words: Heartfelt, Communion, Love
What's the wildest costume you wear in The Mysteries?: Nothing too wild for me, just a nice sheet that happens to cover the essentials.
If you could be anyone from The Bible, who would you be?: I mean being God couldn't be all bad. Right?
Which company member is most likely to actually have lived during Biblical times?: I think Matt Cox would have rocked out in the biblical days.
Which company member is most likely to be the Messiah?: Duh Colin.
Most likely to become an angel?: David Dabbon.
Most likely to hear voices in their head?: I think Rory might...
Who's the most spiritual?: I actually don't know... For shame!
On the 8th day god said_____: Let's have a kiki.
Are you going to heaven or hell?: Just lucky I don't have to make that call.
Which of the Seven Deadly Sins are you?: Any day I'm not at the show? Sloooooth.
What's the biggest inside joke at The Mysteries?: "Itsthelovehappenininhere" and probably something else I'm not thinking of.
What's your favorite moment from The Mysteries?: Way too many to count. But I don't think I've missed watching (and getting emotional at) the end of Act 2 once since tech.
What is the most rewarding part about being a member of The Mysteries?: Working with some amazing and inspiring people on one of the most engaging stories out there. But most of all, getting to host you all at the show and share some food, fun, heartbreak and community. Anyone willing to go on such a wild ride with us is truly awe-inspiring and worthy of all the sleepless nights and long hours we've put into it.
Why should we come see The Mysteries?: I'll leave that up to you, but you won't see anything like it again, so it's on you if you miss out.