Tony-Winning God of Carnage -- Parents Behaving Badly
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A well-reviewed hit at this year's Minnesota Fringe Festival, Now I See is an imaginative adaptation of a 1930s-era radio drama that's been freshly translated to the stage by a crack ensemble of eight, who play multiple roles and create live sound effects. Famed radio writer Arch Oboler, best known for his long-running horror series Lights Out, penned this powerful audio play. Originally titled The Story of Mr. Ginsburg, this Chameleon Theatre Circle production tells the story of an aspiring fight manager looking to land an up-and-coming boxing prodigy. Learn More
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Written by Yasmina Reza
Translated by Christopher Hampton
Directed by John Miller-Stephany
The Tony Award-winning comedy of grown ups behaving badly
God of Carnage begins as two highly strung couples, Alan and Annette Raleigh and Michael and Veronica Novak, meet for a civil discussion about a playground fight between their sons. The conversation quickly morphs into a laugh-out-loud, train wreck of an afternoon among savages, called “ninety minutes of sustained mayhem” by The New Yorker. The New York Times hailed God of Carnage as a “four-way prize fight” and the Chicago Tribune praised Reza’s play, calling it a “savvy and deliciously caustic new comedy.” This must-see received the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy in 2009, as well as the Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Awards for Best Play.