“Genuinely involving… absorbing… McCullouch is wholly convincing.” – VARIETY

"An emotional powder keg... Via and McCullouch bring well-honed rapport to Rick Sparks’ adept staging." - LA TIMES

“GO!...builds to a startling finale. Director Rick Sparks elicits finely nuanced performances.” - LA WEEKLY

“Critic’s Pick… insightful and deeply affecting… Via and Gerald McCullouch share a splendid chemistry... Verdun's portrayal brims with grit and honesty.” - BACKSTAGE

"The cast is brilliant, and truly, no actor stands out more than the other." SOCAL

“Highly enjoyable… surprisingly touching… Via’s script has many moments of splendidly barbed wit.” - FRONTIERS


Sat, Jan 08 – Sun, Apr 10
Friday and Saturday @8pm
Sundays @ 7pm

Show Calendar

No Performances
Friday February 18th
Sunday February 27th

$15 Previews
$30 for all other shows

Special Events
Thursday performance on February 24th, 8pm

Special Show Info
Running time: 90 minutes.


Hudson Mainstage Theatre
6539 Santa Monica Blvd
Hollywood, CA  90038
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Wheelchair Access

The theatre has concessions.

(323) 960-7738

Now Extended for the SECOND TIME!

Award winning Rick Sparks directs Gerald McCullouch (CSI & OUT Magazine" one of the 100 most compelling people of 2010.") and Dan Via as they reprise the roles they created in the West Coast premiere of Via's Off Broadway hit. When "golden boy" Colin falls for a man half his age, his relationship with best friend Stew is put to the test. Daddy offers a humorous, insightful, and provocative look at love, loyalty and the cost of things unsaid.

NY Daily News Editor's Pick, Village Voice Choice, TimeOut NY Must See!

Show Business Weekly:
"Daddy is first-rate... an astute look at how secrets can fester and how even the best of intentions can lead to damaging consequences... McCullouch is a revelation."

Broadway World .com:
"This is an excellent play, and deserves more life... The cast is superb- Gerald McCullouch is incredibly moving and hilarious as Colin."

TheatreWorld .com
"An intriguing tale about hidden truths, which comes together nicely making for an engaging evening with a jolting climax."

"I love this premise, and I love the way Via has written these two characters; and as played by Gerald McCullouch and Via."

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