God of Carnage engages its audience on many levels. A comedy of manners, it raises many issues as comedies often do. Two civilized, middle-class couples meet to deal with the problem of a fight between their sons which has resulted in the loss of teeth of the son of the host couple. We sense a great deal about these four people from their posture, their clothing and the space between them. That is before they even start talking. When they do, we are in for quite a ride.
The play runs until October 8 at Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, MA. There is an additional performance on Thursday, October 5 to benefit the survivors of Hurricanes Erma and Maria.
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