Day Off Diary: A STRANGE LOOP’s John-Michael Lyles
For many performers, after a long 8-show week, their one day off is time to rest and recharge. This week, we caught up with John-Michael Lyles from A Strange Loop to spend an afternoon with him. Get to know a bit more about John-Michael in his #DayOffDiary:
Hometown? Mesquite, TX.
Where might we find you on your day off? On the couch!
If you weren’t a performer, what would you be doing? Writing things for other people to perform.
If you could describe your experience with A Strange Loop in just one word, what would it be? Momentous.
Who are you jamming to on Spotify right now? Tank & The Bangas.
What are you binging on TV right now? Hacks.
Read any good books lately? Beyond the Gender Binary by Alok Vaid-Menon.
One Instagram account (besides your own, duh), that we need to be following? @keviquickchange.
Favorite coffee joint in Midtown? What’s your order? I brew my own coffee at home. I ain’t payin no 6 dollars for some iced coffee unless I’m in a crisis.
Pickles on your burgers? Duh.
Pineapple on your pizza? And pepperoni. And jalapeño.
What flavor of cream cheese on your bagel? Put the cream cheese down and gimme bacon, egg & cheddar, please!
What is one show you are dying to see on Broadway right now? Lempicka!
What is your favorite memory working on A Strange Loop so far? Opening night on Broadway, baby!
You can catch John-Michael in A Strange Loop, which is now playing on Broadway at the Lyceum Theatre. For tickets and more information, click here. For more photos, visit Theatrely on Instagram. All photos by Rebecca J Michelson/Theatrely.