Unidentified Human Remains and The True Nature of Love

Location
Online
Host Organization
Corn Stock Theatre

Corn Stock Theatre is excited to announce the next show in our Digital Play Series! Yes, it’s true. Up next – UNIDENTIFIED HUMAN REMAINS AND THE TRUE NATURE OF LOVE written by Brad Fraser and directed by Jake Van Hoorn.

Corn Stock has partnered with On The Stage, a streaming and ticketing platform all in one! Unidentified Human Remains will stream on On The Stage on Saturday, October 17th at 7:30pm CDT.

To purchase your ticket today, view information about the show, including cast and crew, please visit: https://onthestage.com/show/corn-stock-theatre/unidentified-human-remai…

Tickets are $10 for an Individual ticket or $15 for Family tickets. Please note: Tickets are unique streaming codes. Individual codes are unique and cannot be shared between multiple devices. Family codes can be shared between multiple devices. If you plan to stream Unidentified Human Remains on more than one device, please purchase a Family ticket.
For questions, please call the Box Office at 309-676-2196 or email tickets@cornstocktheatre.com.

Synopsis: This Canadian work follows the lives of several sexually frustrated “thirty-somethings” and one teenager who try to learn the meaning of love – during a time in which a serial killer is terrorizing the city. Candy is a heterosexual woman trying to meet the perfect man but who along the way finds herself experimenting with lesbianism; her gay roommate David no longer believes that love exists; Kane is a sexually confused teenager who idolizes David; Bernie is David’s troubled best friend; and Jerri is a lesbian who falls in love with Candy. Overlooking the proceedings is the otherworldly Benita, a prostitute with psychic abilities.

Unidentified Human Remains and The True Nature of Love is directed by Jake Van Hoorn and features Rebecca Ann Carver (Evelyn), Emily Cox (Candy), Rebekah Dentino (Jerri), Chip Joyce (Robert), Skyler McNeely (Bernie), Andrew Rhodenbaugh (David), Pauline Parkhurst (Benita), and Andrew Schoepke (Kane).