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A comedy of manners without the manners.
When their sons are involved in an altercation at a public park, two sets of parents sit down to discuss the incident. However, what begins as a respectful conversation soon devolves into disordered chaos as the façade of civility begins to slip. The recipient of numerous Tony Award nominations and the third-longest running play of the 2000s, God of Carnage uses caustic, witty dialogue to delve into the carnage lurking right beneath the surface.