PRLog - March 9, 2010 - TEMPE, Ariz. -- LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS by Brad Fraser is a dark somber comedy set in a dreary urban landscape of sexually frustrated 20 year olds looking for love and meaning, in all the wrong places; and during a time the city is in fear of a menacing sexual serial killer on the loose. The characters in this ensemble piece are comprised of David, a gay server who has given up on his acting career, and Candy, a book reviewer who is also David's ex-lover. David no longer believes that love exists; whereas Candy is trying to meet the perfect man, but along the way finds herself experimenting with lesbianism. David and Candy's lives are entangled with those of David's friends (a sexually confused busboy named Kane, a psychic prostitute Benita, and Bernie, a misogynistic civil-servant)
Show Runs April 19th - 24th at 7:30, April 25th @ 2:00
Tickets Available at http://www.prismtheatre.org, through Brown Paper Tickets
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In the recent past, theatre students in the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts found that although the Mainstage productions offered many valuable opportunities, students who were interested in directing, playwriting, and design required outlets to practice what they were learning in the classroom. Seeking the time, money, and resources to take the knowledge acquired in their theatre classes and apply it in the creation of live performance, a core group of students raised their concerns in a student/faculty forum. From this meeting, Student Production Board was born. We believe that SPB's Prism Theatre Company fills a need among theatre students to explore new ideas, to experiment with form, to take risks in a supported environment, and to challenge themselves and their audience. We believe that by providing young artists with the opportunity to try, we are helping to create the next generation of vital and imaginative theatre artists and educators.