It’s embarrassing when your child hurts another classmate during a fight. That’s why the parents of both children usually come together to work things out. But when that happens in , the bad behavior is only beginning.
The adults begin acting more and more like children and, with nobody around to give them a time-out, the comedic barbs reputedly fly hot and heavy. The San Francisco Chronicle called it, “over-the-top funny.”
Playwright Yasmina Reza, who wrote the popular and much-produced Art, constructs the four-person liquor-fueled conflagration that won the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play.
At , the dueling parents will be played by John Hedges, Tracee Patterson, Scott Miller and Derdriu Ring. Artistic director of Dobama, Joel Hammer, will direct
God of Carnage: April 20-May 13 at Dobama Theatre, 2340 Lee Road, 216-932-3396, dobama.org. Tickets: $10-$24. Sunday, April 22: “Pay-as-you-can” Performance.