January 19 through January 28, 2018
The plot of God of Carnage begins with Benjamin, the Raleighs’ son who strikes another boy, Henry, the Novaks’ son, with a stick; Henry loses 2 teeth. The parents of both boys meet and what begins as a civil discussion ultimately erodes into an ugly yelling match complete with denial, insults, accusations, judgements, and much more! A comedy (albeit somewhat ‘dark’), will entertain, provoke thought, and spark discussion. Be careful though! Discussions of this type (as you will see) can quickly degrade and cause the ‘adults’ to act like ‘children!
Featuring (pictured above), Anthony Contento, Marnie D’Uva, Erika Dorio and Tom Mendicino. God of Carnage is a Play in one act and will be performed without an intermission. After a short break following each performance, the actors will participate in an audience talk-back. Before the performance and during the break before talk-back, there will be an opportunity to purchase refreshments provided by Carole Peck’s Good News Cafe, as well as time to peruse the artwork of our featured artist, Matt Wood. Raffle tickets for a special Spa raffle basket will also be available. Please note: God of Carnage contains adult language, and is not suitable for young children.
Picture Galleries of Shows Gone By
Stills taken during a performance of "Bent", a play by Martin Sherman in April 2017!
All photographs are courtesy of Stephen Cihanek Photography
Stills taken during a full dress rehearsal of "And Then There Were None" back in March 2016
All photographs are courtesy of Stephen Cihanek Photography...Thanks Stephen!!