Fri, May 13|
Directed by Charles Lago Written by Bill Poore and Charles Lago
Time & Location
May 13, 8:00 PM
CalCap Studios, 9845 Horn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95827, USA
About the Event
Directed by Charles Lago & and Written by Charles Lago & Bill Poore this two man play featues Justin P. Lopez from San Francisco and Sacramento's own Kaleb Branderhorst. The Massuer played to sold out houses in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Franciso, and Salt Lake City.
The Masseur is a psychological, suspenseful, and emotional drama, with cunning lascivious humor, and a gripping sense of anxiety that will draw the audience into a literal and figurative striptease.
THOMAS (Justin P. Lopez) is a legit bodyworker who always maintains a professional relationship with his clients.
TOWERS (Kaleb Branderhorst) is an ostensibly straight U. S. Army Captain who is married to a woman and a father to their daughter
Towers one day decides to go in for a professional massage from Thomas. Over a series of continuing appointments, a relationship between the two men develops, and they banter back and forth about work, sports, and life in general. But soon, Towers begins experiencing varying shades of homosexual panic and open arousal. As the appointments continue, this straight Army Captain starts to reveal a side he has shown no one, and a relationship develops. Thomas, who is a gentle, sweet, highly legit Certified Massage Therapist harbors darker and more carnal desires than his sweet demeanor reveals.
It's not long before Towers' carefully placed, and properly manipulated modesty sheet gives way to full naked disclosure. The physical attraction is intense, but it's the impassioned personal desires of the two men, (sometimes in sync
and sometimes at odds), that bring this play to life with a dramatic ending no one sees coming.
***contains adult themes and light nudity - 18 and above.
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