Love and Human Remains
By Brad Fraser
In a Canadian metropolis, failed actor David shares a place with the bookish Candy, whom he dated before coming out as gay. While David, who now waits tables, pursues an aimless romance with a younger coworker, Candy dabbles in both same-sex and heterosexual affairs. As David and Candy’s odd assortment of friends – including a psychic dominatrix and an ill-tempered yuppie – pass in and out of their beds, a serial murder stalks the city’s women.
This critically-acclaimed play, originally published as Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love, launched the career of Canadian playwright Brad Fraser, and was named one of the ten best plays for 1992 by Time magazine.
Intended for audiences over 18.
At the Gladstone Theatre, March 6-16, 2019.