Brad Fraser's LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS Opens Tonight at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Brad Fraser's provocative play, LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS, opens tonight, July 21st at The Peter Jay Sharp Theater.
Brad Fraser is most recently known for his writing work on the hit Showtime series QUEER AS FOLK. Brad's past works UNIDENTIFIED HUMAN REMAINS AND THE TRUE NATURE OF LOVE and POOR SUPER MAN were both featured on Time Magazine's Top Ten Plays of the years they were produced.
LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS is an edgy, provocative, dark-humored drama about the intertwined lives of seven individuals. The play explores every aspect of raw human emotion and takes the audience on an emotional journey to places often hard to explore. It centers on David McMillan, a former actor/current waiter watching his twenties tick away. Together, with his book-reviewing roommate Candy, his best friend Bernie, and S/M prostitute friend Benita, David encounters a number of seductive strangers on their search for love and sex. However, the games turn ugly when it appears one of them might be a serial killer.
Brad Fraser says, "I'm very excited to see the show return to New York. Jennifer Rudolph is a mega-producer, full of passion and force, and I feel she will bring the show to a whole new level. The cast is fantastic as well!"
LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS is directed by Clyde Baldo and is produced by Jennifer Rudolph.
Opening night is scheduled for tonight, July 21st at 7:30PM. The play runs through Monday-Saturday from July 21st-August 2nd with 7:30PM performances. For tickets and more information including the official trailer and character featurettes, visit www.loveandhumanremainsnyc.com.