Shove It Down My Throat
Hosted by Buddies In Bad Times Theatre
12 Alexander Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
April 7 at 2:30 PM
(Rescheduled from April 4)
In 2013, Luke O’Donovan is arrested after a knife fight at a New Year’s party. The media portrays him as a maniac who went on a stabbing spree. Luke says he’s the victim of a queer-bashing, punished for fighting back. In 2014, theatre artist Johnnie Walker begins writing letters to Luke in prison and working on a new play.
A fierce and freewheeling exploration of a powerful true story, Shove It Down My Throat puts queerness, identity, and complicity through a theatrical kaleidoscope as Johnnie sifts through the different versions of Luke’s story — and the different versions of Luke — in search of the ever-elusive truth.
Relaxed performance. Wheelchair accessible venue. Visual story available as a PDF. Accessible gender neutral washrooms are located on the lower level, by attendant-operated elevator. Ramp at the entrance. Complimentary tickets for support persons – please book in advance. Service animals welcome. More accessibility information is available on the Buddies In Bad Times website.