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‘CSI’s’ Gerald McCullouch heading to the Hudson Mainstage

By Greg Hernandez

HollywoodNews.com: Well look what was in my email inbox: an announcement that the dreamy Gerald McCullouch who appears on TV’s “CSI” and starred in the outstanding indie flick “Bear City,” is doing a play in LA next month!

Gerald stars in the West Coast premiere of “Daddy” at the Hudson Mainstage from Jan. 8 through Feb. 13.

Gerald, one of OUT magazine’s “Out 100” this year, plays “Golden Boy” Colin who has a knack for bedding the young, bi-curious hotties in his soccer league. But when he unexpectedly falls for a man half his age, the result is a climactic confrontation with best friend Stew that will forever change their lives.

“I love that it’s a laugh-out-loud funny story that also has a very dark quality,” McCullouch says in the press materials. “The story has a driving sexuality and also an odd edginess that makes its relevance to the ongoing struggle over marriage equality uniquely disarming. It also illuminates that weird journey of navigating a male gay friendship that I’ve never seen portrayed before. And it packs such an emotional punch at the end that it breaks my heart.”

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