Gerald McCullouch and Dan Via will reprise their roles in Via's Daddy, which will make its West Coast premiere at the Hudson Mainstage in Hollywood, January 8-February 13. Rick Sparks will direct.

The play is about two friends who must rexamine their relationship after an enigmatic young man enters their lives. McCullouch and Via, who starred in the world premiere in New York earlier this year, will be joined by Ian Verdun.

The creative team will include Adam Flemming (set), Sharell Martin (costumes), François-Pierre Couture (lighting), and Joseph "Sloe" Slawinski (sound).

McCullouch is perhaps best known as firearms technician Bobby Dawson, a role he played on CSI for 10 seasons, and was recently honored by OUT Magazine as "one of the 100 most compelling people of 2010." Via's prior acting credits include Adding Machine: A Musical, It's Our Town, Too, and the title role in Jerry Springer: The Opera.Verdun has appeared on the New York stage in Houses On The Moon, The Hard Lull, and Storm and Stress.

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