Love and Human Remains
David McMillan is a former actor, current waiter on the verge of turning thirty. Together with his book-reviewing roommate, Candy, and his best friend, Bernie, David encounters a number of seductive strangers in their search for love and sex.
But the games turn ugly when it appears one of their number might be a serial killer. A compelling study of young adults groping for meaning in a senseless world. Love and Human Remains was immediately controversial for its violence, nudity, frank dialogue, and sexual explicitness. It was quickly acclaimed by critics and audiences alike and was named one of the ten best plays of the year by Time Magazine. The play has been produced worldwide, translated into multiple languages, and received many awards.
"…off-Broadway's newest and best play… it stunningly blends punk popular appeal and poetic power. "- Time
"a solid play evolving into what theatergoers around the globe will attest as being a great play. …this mind twister for the twisted leaves audiences wanting more. "- TorontoStage.com
"Pungent dialogue and highly graphic sexuality, the play repeatedly arrests the audience's attention. "- New York Times
"Superbly structured, punctuated with wit, topical… poignant. "- Canadian Theatre Review