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God of Carnage
Written by Yasmina Reza
Translated by Christopher Hampton
Directed by Alyson Cohn
Set in contemporary Brooklyn, two couples meet to discuss a playground fight between their children. Over the next 90 minutes, this sharply-fanged comedy that lies somewhere between “The Honeymooners” and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? takes on the topics of class, morality and marital control as alliances among the men and women constantly shift. Winner of both the Tony and Olivier Awards for Best Play of 2009, “…Ms. Reza’s streamlined anatomy of the human animal incites the kind of laughter that comes from the gut, as involuntary as hiccups or belching.” NY TIMES
May 2 - 31, 2015
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21), Sundays at 2pm ($17)
(no shows on Mother’s Day, May 10 and Memorial Day Weekend, May 22–24)
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The Mouse That Roared
Stage Adaptation Written by Christopher Sergel
Directed by Lynne Lupfer
Originally based on a series of articles in the Saturday Evening Post and then turned into a fantastically funny film starring the immortal Peter Sellers, the story revolves around the efforts of a small European country declaring war on the United States in order to collect the inevitable post-war aid provided to the defeated. But along the way, something goes horribly wrong—they win! Enjoy this Cold War fable, “a quirky classic of world literature, a poignant tale of political morality, and a hilarious, ultimately triumphant portrait of international relations from the perspective of the little guy.” GOOGLEBOOKS
Saturday, June 6 @ 8 pm - Sunday, June 7 @ 2 pm
Both performances $11
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