Love and Human Remains, From "Queer As Folk" Writer Brad Fraser, Begins Off-Broadway Run Tonight

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21 Jul 2014

Paul Castro Jr. and Zach McCoy
Paul Castro Jr. and Zach McCoy
Photo by Black, White and Raw Photography

Brad Fraser's Love and Human Remains plays a limited engagement at The Peter Jay Sharp Theater beginning July 21.

Directed by Clyde Baldo, performances continue through Aug. 2.

The cast comprises Frances Brennand Roper, Zach McCoy, Kerri Lynn Miller, Nicholas Baroudi, Paul Castro Jr., Cassandra Paras and Dan Almekinder.

Love and Human Remains, according to press notes, 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."

In an earlier statement playwright Fraser said, “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!”



Jennifer Rudolph produces.

Show times are Monday-Saturday at 7:30 PM.

For tickets visit loveandhumanremainsnyc.com or TicketCentral.com.