LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS by Brad Fraser
LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS, written by Brad Fraser, follows the lives of six sexually frustrated thirty-somethings in search of love and in search of themselves. In a city of brutal murders, casual sex, and broken dreams, we follow these characters on their journey to understanding the true nature of love.
Controversial for its violence, nudity, frank dialogue, and sexual explicitness, LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS was acclaimed by critics and audiences and was named one of the 10 best plays of the year by Time Magazine.
"It's as if "Fatal Attraction" had bumped into the hit television series "Friends," a collision that works far better than you might imagine...an eerie tale of unfulfilled, suspicious young people who have not lost their dark sense of humor"--N.Y.Times.
"Off-Broadway's newest and best play it stunningly blends punk popular appeal and poetic power"--Time.
"Superbly structured, punctuated with wit, topical poignant"--Canadian Theatre Review.
LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS is directed by LAVC alum Hallie Baran and features LAVC students Carlo Maghirang, Katie Ann Holland, Janette Jara, Kevin Wilkins, Schneor Wolf, Josh Holt, and Kelsey Rogers.
PLEASE NOTE: this production contains explicit language, adult content, nudity, and violence.
This event is wheelchair-accessible. Individuals needing assisted listening devices or other accommodation, please call 818/947-2352.
Los Angeles Valley College Theater Department
5800 Fulton Ave.
Valley Glen, CA 91401
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