God of Carnage
March 13, 2013 - April 7, 2013
By Yasmina Reza | Translated by Christopher Hampton | Directed by Eleanor Holdridge
BITINGLY FUNNY! REZA'S CLEVER, STINGING VIEW OF CONTEMPORARY CULTURE MAKES FOR A BRACING BURST OF THEATER. THE EVERYMAN PRODUCTION, DIRECTED BY ELEANOR HOLDRIDGE, DELIVERS THAT BURST WITH A GOOD DEAL OF SPARK.
- Baltimore Sun
THIS IS A ROLLER COASTER EVENING OF THEATER NOT TO BE MISSED!
- MD Theatre Guide
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!...AN IMPOLITE AND COMPLETELY HILARIOUS TREATISE ON CLASS WARFARE AND OVER-INVOLVED MODERN PARENTS THAT IS PLAYED TO A HIGH-STRUNG HILT IN EVERYMAN'S PRODUCTION, DIRECTED WITH JUICY BITE BY ELEANOR HOLDRIDGE.
- DC Theatre Scene
AN UPROARIOUS NIGHT OF COMIC CATASTROPHE!...ONE HYSTERICAL TRAIN-WRECK BLAZING A TRAIL OF MAYHEM AND MADNESS STRAIGHT TO THE END.
- DC Metro Theatre Arts
From the playwright that brought you Art, comes this hilarious 2009 Tony Award Winner for Best Play. Two high-strung couples, Alan and Annette Raleigh and Michael and Veronica Novak, decide to meet one evening for a civilized discussion about a playground altercation between their two young sons. What follows is a comically explosive downhill slide from polite, political correctness to full-on character assassination. The New Yorker called this laugh-out-loud hilarity "ninety minutes of sustained mayhem." A no-holds-barred look at relationships between spouses and friends, and what happens when the littlest things end up pushing us completely over the edge…