GOD OF CARNAGE, directed by Joel Hammer, is the story of two seemingly courteous and civilized couples who meet after their boys’ first-fight in a neighborhood schoolyard. Michael and Veronica, whose son’s teeth were knocked out with a stick, invite Alan and Annette, whose son did the knocking, to their home to settle stuff. Civility crumbles. Grown-ups behave badly as these parents argue about who influenced their son’s misbehavior. Carnage erupts with finger-pointing, name-calling, stomping and carrying on. And then they break out the liquor. This is GOD OF CARNAGE’s regional premiere!
April 19, 2012 @ 7:30 pm
April 20-May 13, 2012
7:30 pm Thursdays
8:00 pm Friday
8:00 pm Saturday
7:30 pm first Sunday of the run
2:30 pm following Sundays
Preview Performances and Students - $10
Thursdays and Sundays - Reg: $21, Seniors: $19
Fridays and Saturdays - Reg: 26, Seniors: $24
Special Discount: The first Sunday of each run is Pay-As-You-Can. Dobama removes the economic barrier to quality theatre with a Pay-As-You-Can performance during every production. Patrons are asked simply to pay what they can.