Rainbow Theatre Project
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2013–2014 Concert Readings
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Say You Love Satan • by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa • directed by John Moletress
Monday, February 24, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
Late one rainy night in Baltimore, Andrew — an affable graduate student researching the works of Dostoevsky — meets a handsome stranger named Jack. The two immediately hit it off and start dating, despite the fact that Andrew already has a super-duper boyfriend and that Jack has the Mark of the Beast — you know, 666 — burned into his forehead. "Are you a satanist?" Andrew asks Jack. "No," he replies sheepishly. "But my father… he's the Devil." Intrigued-slash-slightly apprehensive (and against the urgings of his best gal-pal Bernadette), Andrew does his best to make a go of it with Jack. Until, as this seriously entertaining comedy unspools, Andrew slowly begins to realize, with mounting dread and horror — and, always, an undefeatable sense of humor — that Jack isn't the Devil's son at all. On the contrary, he's something far, far worse… truly, a boyfriend of the damned.