White Muscle Daddy
March 20–31, 2024
“artfully (depicting) the tension, anguish and excitement that comes with grappling with who and how to love.”
— NOW Magazine (on Raf Antonio's 'Rope Running Out')
a Pencil Kit Productions + Buddies in Bad Times Theatre production with the support of Charles Street Video
Soon after Jeremy Río clocks in for his first graveyard shift at an exclusive LA gym, he meets Eugene, a fitness influencer who seems to have the life of Jeremy’s dreams—one that’s double stuffed with money, muscles, and parties galore. What begins as an envious crush quickly morphs into an insatiable hunger that threatens to tear Jeremy’s life apart.
A cinematic theatre piece, WHITE MUSCLE DADDY uses projection art, live camera feed and shadow play to spin a chilling yarn about the politics of queer desire.
Wednesday, March 20 // 7:30PM (preview)
Thursday, March 21 // 7:30PM (opening night)
Friday, March 22 // 7:30PM
Saturday, March 23 // 7:30PM
Sunday, March 24 // 2PM
Tuesday, March 26 // 7:30PM
Wednesday, March 27 // 7:30PM
Thursday, March 28 // 7:30PM
Friday, March 29 // 7:30PM
Saturday, March 30 // 7:30PM
Sunday, March 31 // 2PM
Raf Antonio // playwright
Raf Antonio + Tricia Hagoriles // co-directors
Khanh Tudo // director of cinematography
Claren Grosz // producer
Nicole Eun-Ju Bell // projection design
Keshia Palm // dramaturgy
Pencil Kit Productions is a Toronto based, ever-evolving theatre and events organism. We are dedicated to generating design-forward new work and building community with an emphasis on alternative, collaborative processes. We’re interested in all things strange, delicious, novel, magic, experiential, sensorial and imagistic. We know that at its heart, theatre is a social art form. We aim to cultivate spaces where artists and audiences can have fun– from workshops to parties to performances. Visit their website.
Dates & Times
For each of our mainstage shows this season, we’re offering tickets at a range of price points, though seating is general admission, and every seat is just as good as the next. If cost is a barrier, this is your chance to get an affordable ticket. If you are able to pay more, this is your chance to increase your support for the work onstage and ensure it stays affordable for those who need it.