TCR Presents: God of Carnage
In God of Carnage, Alan and Annette’s son hits Michael and Veronica’s son with a stick, and the two couples meet to discuss the problem over appetizers. What starts as a civilized get-together quickly devolves into a scrappy, laugh-out-loud evening that The New Yorker calls “ninety minutes of sustained mayhem.”
In unanimous critical praise for its Broadway debut, God of Carnage was hailed “first class” (The New York Times), “the best play in town!” (New York Post) and “scabrously funny” (USA Today) and earned three Tony Awards (including Best Play) as well as the Outer Critics Circle Award and the Drama Desk Award. The London production won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy.
(Adult Comedy Play / Grandon Studio)