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Bagley Wright Theatre at Seattle Rep
2nd and Mercer in the Seattle Center 155 Mercer Street Seattle, WA 98109
206-443-2222
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Plenty of snacks and drinks for purchase or you can go to dinner at a great Thai restaurant, Racha, or grab some pizza at Pagliacci. Both are walking distance a few minutes away.
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We circled for street parking but ended up paying $15 to park in the Seattle Center garage across from McCaw Hall on Mercer St. There is a convenient skybridge to cross the street.
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Reviews & Ratings

"God of Carnage"
5 ratings
4.2 average rating
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30 events
19 reviews
31 stars
attended Oct 03 2010

Very entertaining. We laughed a LOT! My husband would also give it 5 stars. He loved it. Makes one think twice about their parenting/ interfering skills.

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42 events
9 reviews
0 stars
attended Oct 17 2010

I go to the theatre to be enlightened, challenged, delighted and/or entertained. I didn't think this hit the mark for any of those; then again, I didn't get too excited about ART, either.
That said, there were some brilliant moments of directing...continued

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22 events
9 reviews
1 stars
attended Oct 15 2010

The play was light and silly at times but generally entertaining. The topic of two couples coming together to discuss a fight their sons had was an interesting premise to start out with but I felt it got a bit long with that as the only focus. I...continued

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Description

God of Carnage

by Yasmina Reza, directed by Wilson Milam

Running Time: 90 minutes, no intermission

This 90-minute thrill ride takes the audience into the most dangerous place on earth: parenthood. An innocent squabble over a playground incident becomes an all-out, fur-flying, hilarious brawl between two couples in this new play from Yasmina Reza (Art). God of Carnage stormed Broadway, nabbing the 2009 Tony for Best Play and earning knock-out reviews.