By Andrew Gans
10 Jan 2014
Directed by the playwright, the cast features Keith McDermott, Robert Gomes, Grant James Varjas, Chuck Blasius, Brett Douglas, Monique Vukovic, Kate Hodge, Frank Delessio and Brandon Smalls.
I Could Say More is described as the "tale of a modern family: Carl is romantically and sexually obsessed with his brother-in-law. He's also married to Drew and together they have an adopted son, Jason. During a would-be relaxing two-week vacation at a rented beach house where Carl is meant to be writing, he flies in the face of reason and invites company — and trouble: the object of his affection (his husband's brother), who brings along his current boy-toy, as well as two straight couples who arrive with their own metaphorical baggage. Liquor flows, emotions run high and rivalries old and new surface, triggering everyone — including the kid — to rethink their lives, loves and commitments."
The production has scenic design by Clifton Chadick, lighting design by Brian Tovar, sound design by Roger Anderson and costumes by Esther Colt Coats.
Tickets are $18 and can be reserved online at othersideproductions.org or by phone at (212) 352-3101.