Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love
A Killer of A Good Time
Day: Wednesday August 19th, 2009, 7pm
Location: Roxy Burger, 910 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC
Tickets are $10 which includes 1 free drink (approx value of $5) plus if you hold onto the hard copy of your ticket and show it at the box office during the run of the show you will get $5 off the price of admission.
So, basically it’s free. Everyone loves free stuff, right?!
All proceeds go directly to covering the cost of this production.
There will be a 50/50 draw and lots of raffle prizes. Plus we will be having a special presentation at 10pm.
What is it?! You’ll just have to show up to find out what it is…
MORE ABOUT THE PRODUCTION & THE COMPANY:
Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love was immediately controversial for its violence, nudity, frank dialogue and sexual explicitness. But it was quickly acclaimed by critics and audiences and was named one of the 10 best plays of the year by TIME Magazine. Since then the play has been produced worldwide, translated into multiple languages and received many awards. 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 his search for love and sex. However, the games turn ugly when it appears a serial killer lurks among them. A compelling study of young adults groping for meaning in a senseless world Brad Fraser’s Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love will run this summer from August 25th – September 6, 2009 at the Playwrights Theatre Centre on Granville Island.
Twenty-Something Theatre is dedicated to providing Vancouver’s emerging theatre artists, in all disciplines, with opportunities to practice their craft. We are striving to enhance Vancouver’s theatre community with life-affirming, socially-relevant productions featuring the city’s best up-and-coming artists. Entering into our fourth year of production our annual summer production has included such highly acclaimed works as Kenneth Lonergan’s This Is Our Youth, Neil Labute’s The Shape of Things and Eric Bogosian’s SubUrbia.