In God of Carnage, Parents Act Worse Than Children
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The last date listed for God of Carnage was Sunday October 6, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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In the wake of a horrific terrorist attack, Khaled -- a Muslim-American writer -- finds two government officials at his doorstep. And what begins as a seemingly innocuous interrogation at the hands of Homeland Security rapidly devolves into an intense investigation complete with chilling accusations of Khaled (whose name is, after all, pronounced from the back of the throat) and his supposed ties to terrorist organizations. A timely and provocative play, Back of the Throat is a dark comedy that miraculously manages to make light the grim reality of eroding civil liberties and racial profiling. Learn More
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This is a truly professional production. The play is howlingly funny about a pretty serious situation, and the characters are really clueless about themselves. Secret reason to go: the vase of flowers. This company really deserves community support; they are great!
Written by Yasmina Reza
Directed by Janet Gupton