THE STORY: 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.
""?a smart, hip comedy?a scarily hilarious summer delight."" - NY Post. ""?a fresh, original and up-to-the-millennium commentary on the all-too-human impulse to dabble on the dark side?at once funny and hip, literary and smart."" - Atlanta Journal-Constitution. ""Packed with sly pokes at psychobabble, horror tropes, and real-life sex in the city, the script keeps raining zingers."" - East Bay Express. ""If playwright Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa were to write a recipe for his comedy SAY YOU LOVE SATAN, it might well read: one part Dostoyevsky, two parts horror film, one part Revelations, and a dash of queer culture."" - Boston Globe.