Genre: Comedy, Lesbian+Gay
Written by Kyle Baxter, Directed By Anthony Gargano

 An All-American Bromance!

Dan and Shelly are getting married, and in the morning-after haze of the bachelor party, Dan’s roommate Jack drops a bombshell – he’s gay! Or maybe he’s bi, Jack’s a bit murky on the details, except when he’s not.

Dan wonders what this says about their friendship and why did Jack reveal it now? It turns out Jack's new boyfriend is the Bride-To-Be's brother Mark! There's Red Bull and Apple Jacks, Saturday Golf with the Fathers, and even a pre-nup pregnancy that make this a post-modern, screwball comedy about friends and the family we choose.

About the Company: The Collective Objective

The Collective Objective (CollOb) is a group of New York based actors and writers, producing their own work; pledging to contribute what they have, to listen, learn, lead, love, inspire and build faith, to be more than one, to take upon ourselves, the strength of the many and its needs, to serve the collective objective in all its forms.

CollOb racked up nine nominations at this years MITF awards for its productions of The Sword Politik and I Hate Love, winning several along with the coveted Producers Award for I Hate Love.

Open:   02/18/18
Close:   02/28/18

Theater:   Metropolitan Church Of Christ(MCCNY)
Address:   446 W. 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
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Cost:$15.00, $10.00 Seniors & Students
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Elizabeth Allerton Blanche Mac Evoy


Elizabeth recently performed in Three Way Disney, as Ursula, at the Roy Arias Theatre/NYC last month.  Fall ‘09, she was Ellen in Lee Blessings, Two Rooms, Red Room/NYC.  In the Midtown Festival 2009, she was Alice in, I Hate Love, awarded the Outstanding Ensemble Performance.  Additionally, she has performed in short & full features and does voice over work. Special shout out to her two loves, Melissa and Aussie.  Thanks Kyle for your immense talent.

Sarah Barry Shelly Elmer

Sarah Barry is originally from Rochester, NY, and has been living in NYC for several years. She is a public school teacher who enjoys acting whenever she can. Sarah received her B.A. from Hobart and William Smith Colleges , where she studied Sociology and Theater, and her Master's degree from CUNY Hunter. She has really enjoyed working with the director and all the cast members of Titus Andronicus.

Paul Bellantoni Fred Mac Evoy

Paul Bellantoni: New York Credits: Mr. Earnshaw in Wuthering Heights the Musical (Off-Broadway) Max in The Sword Politik (M.I.T.F.) Don Giovanni in The Sleepwalker (TWEED New Works Festival) and Screwtape/God in The Screwtape Letters. Regional highlights: El Gallo in The Fantasticks (Natchez Opera,) and the Ghost of Christmas Present in Bah, Humbug! (New England Lyric Operetta) He is the “snarky British narrator” of the Travel Channel pilot, Done Dirt Cheap and the French Bartender and nerdy scientist in the video game Aurora: the Secret Within. A bass-baritone, Paul sang opera for 15 years, singing over 40 leading roles in the U.S. and Europe. He had a solo CD of arias, made his Carnegie Hall solo debut at Weill Hall, and is the author of the book "So You Wanna Sing in Germany?". Paul was the Denver Politician on the Newport Classics release of The Ballad of Baby Doe. An NYU graduate, he studied acting with Mary Boyer. (acting) (voiceovers.) Thank you Michael! Trish, you rock my world!

Dan Belmont Dan Mac Evoy

Dan couldn't be more excited to be back on stage with his Collob friends in the MITF! NYC Credits: I Hate Love (MITF), Spinner Spirits Presents... (The Kraine Theater), New Car Smell (which he also produced) and Happy Hour (the one with the free PBR's). Regional Credits: Munoz in City of Angels,Smokey in Damn Yankees (Heritage Repertory Theatre, Charlottesville, VA), Toad of Toad Hall, Dracula (The Barnstormers, Tamworth, NH), and three tours of duty at The Lost Colony (Outer Banks, NC).


DR Mann Hanson Mark Elmer

DR is ecstatic to reprising the role of Mark Elmer in Never Norman Rockwell! Past MITF shows include last year’s I Hate Love with CollOb and 2008’s The Ghost Dancers with Stone Soup Theatre Arts. A graduate of San Francisco State University, DR has directed shows including Waiting for Godot,  produced for Stone Soup (The MacGuffin, Ghost Dancers, What Happens to Women Here, and The Living), and acted with The Beggars Group (Glass Houses) and Nosedive (Infectious Opportunity). Big Thanks to Kyle, CollOb, and cast and all my love to Jamison, whose support knows no bounds!


Austin Mitchell Jack Ross

Austin would like to thank and congratulate The Collective Objective for this wonderful production! Recent credits include The Blue Balloon (New York Theatre Workshop), A Promise Best Kept (Theater for the New City),  One Seat in the Shade (SoHo Playhouse), Moonchildren (Wings Theatre), and The Epic Story of Love & Sex... (Manhattan Theatre Source). Film: Independent featureStruck (Vicart Entertainment) and many indie shorts. TV: Forensic Files and Gossip Girl. Graduate of Columbia University, 2008. For more information visit

Michael Selkirk George Elmer
Michael recently appeared as Kyle in Seventies Porn at Manhattan Repertory, Edgar Allan Bloom in The Blue Balloon at NY Theatre Workshop, Man/Hand in Violins at Manhattan Theatre Source, Karl in Deconstructing Berlin at the Milagro Theatre, Paul in Everything Will Be Alright at the Horace Mann Theater.  He is a founder of Playsmiths, a playwrights’ workshop here in NYC.