The cast will also feature a host of Broadway performers, including Gypsy actress Tammy Blanchard, Alex Hurt (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof), Kellie Overbey (Twentieth Century, Buried Child), John Pankow (Equivocation, Twelve Angry Men) and Stephen Plunkett (War Horse).
Helmed by multi-Tony nominee Scott Ellis (On the Twentieth Century, The Elephant Man), performances of Dada Woof Papa Hot are set to begin Oct. 15, with an opening night scheduled for Nov. 9 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater.
In Dada Woof Papa Hot, Alan and Rob are an older married couple with a three-year-old daughter. During the course of a school year, the two, along with their friends, struggle with what it means to be married with children during this time of social and cultural change. Using both comedy and drama, the play questions whether gay parents face the same challenges as straight ones, or whether there is something essentially different about being a gay dad.
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