Dark comedy God of Carnage reveals that while kids will be kids, adults may not always act like grown-ups.
The show opens on two sets of high-strung parents who meet to work things out after their young sons squabble on the playground. As their talk progresses and the rum flows, the behavior devolves from civilized to outrageous. Accusations are hurled, secrets are confessed and social facades crumble before your eyes. Filled with scandolous hilarity, God of Carnage took Broadway by storm and walked away with the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play.
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