In a Paris apartment two couples meet to discuss an unresolved playground altercation between their two sons. Tensions rise, higher and higher, provoking further conflict—and a painfully funny drama.
A “theatre of nerves” is how playwright Yasmina Reza describes God of Carnage, her Tony-Award-winning play. So it is no surprise that PBS clinical psychology professor Brian D’Onofrio could shed light on the characters and their situation. Working with the cast on issues of marriage and parenting, impulsive behavior and stress, D’Onofrio collaborated as a consultant on the play.
The play runs from November 30 through December 8 at the Wells-Metz Theatre. For more information, go to http://www.indiana.edu/~thtr/productions/2012/carnage.shtml.