Dario Erics’ Story
Conquoring fears and taking off toward destiny
At the age of four Dario recalled having an unexplainable interest for the stage and television. He would have dreams of his name outlined on the back of the director’s chair, not quite understanding how it all would unfold.
captured by fear
Like Jonah in the scriptures, Dario ran from his purpose as far as he could, terrified and unsure if he could handle such a gift. His personality was that of an introvert and his talent was so far fetched. He then pursue aviation and obtain his commercial pilot’s license but as fate would have it he then returned to his career in banking.
In his later teen years Dario would write skits for his then banking employer where he would inspire his peers and coworkers in their morning devotionals.
Many of which would tell him that his five minutes skits were good enough to be expanded into a stage play. He then continued to write and inspire everyone that he would entertain through his craft.
In 2013 Dario expanded on one of his mini skits he had written for his former banking employer, into a stage play that is now widely known as “A Wedding in Nassau”.
This stage plays was a resounding success and tickets were quickly sold out.
Dario could not believe his first stage play was such a success! He always thought that people would not take him serious with a major production. He had no experience on the big stage and everything he did, he felt as if God had downloaded it into him. With minimum help and no budget, his faith grew stronger.
The following year Dario then wrote, directed and produced another stage play called Flight 242 & Ten Commandments. This was another instant hit. Dario was onto something.
It was because of the success of these two stage plays, Dario was invited by to write and direct short skits to be performed live on television for the entire summer of 2014 by The Counselors Ltd., the company that produces Bahamas at Sunrise tv show.
This helped Dario in his writing as most of the skits produced carried over and picked up the following week. It was like he had his first tv sitcom. People turned in by the thousands each week to watch and cheer on.
All of his fans were excited to see what was next. In 2016 Dario wrote, directed and produced his third major stage play called Christmas at The E.R.
He stepped it up a notch in this production by adding a pre-recorded scene with the lead role in the scene acted by the Honorable Branville McCartney.