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Alliance Theatre
Woodruff Center 1280 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, GA 30309
404-733-5000
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The weather was wonderful and mild.. I wore big top and leggings for a very causal chic effect..
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"God of Carnage"
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2 reviews
0 stars
attended Jan 15 2012

What a treat to see this Tony award winner at our own Alliance theater! The acting and staging were superb! I laughed and gasped and, unfortunately, recognized a bit of myself up there on the stage.

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18 reviews
2 stars
attended Jan 12 2012

The acting in this show was stellar and it was very interesting to see how the play was adapted for an African American cast. Reminiscent of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf in that it was like watching a train wreck, but still a wonderful evening...continued

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17 reviews
1 stars
attended Jan 13 2012

I was disappointed in this play. I've seen other plays by this writer. "ART" was one of them and it was brilliant! This one was uneven and disjointed and I don't understand how it won a Tony! The writer seemed to be going for a modern day...continued

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Description

Written by Yasmina Reza

Translated by Christopher Hampton

Directed by Kent Gash

One of the most lauded plays of the decade having won the 2009 Tony Awards for Best Play, Best Direction, Best Actress In A Play (Marcia Gay Harden) and the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy. From the playwright that brought Atlanta the unforgettable play Art comes a no-holds-barred new play with a worldwide pedigree – and a universal question – What makes you go over the edge?

_ * Recommended for 9th grade and up; adult language and thematic elements. _