The cast of the 2014 world premiere of The Tall Girls. Photo by Greg Mooney.
This production was staged as part of our 2011/12 Season

God of Carnage

God of Carnage

January 11 to February 4, 2012 | On the Alliance Stage
Part of the Alliance Series

"...grandly designed, deliciously acted...[Jasmine] Guy is charismatic, fun to watch..." —Wendell Brock for the AJC

"...expertly directed by Kent Gash...[the cast] is kinetic." —Manning Harris for the Atlanta INtown Paper

One of the most lauded plays of the decade having won the 2009 Tony Awards for Best Play, Best Direction, Best Actress In A Play (Marcia Gay Harden) and the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy. From the playwright that brought Atlanta the unforgettable play Art comes a no-holds-barred new play with a worldwide pedigree – and a universal question – What makes you go over the edge?

But what is it? It's a no holds barred, darkly funny look at the relationships between spouses and friends, and what happens when the littlest things end up pushing us completely over the edge. "Fortunately, there is still such a thing as the art of coexistence, isn't there?" We'll see...

As the New York Times said about the original Broadway production, "Never underestimate the pleasure of watching really good actors behaving terribly."

Cast & Crew


  • Lighting Design
    Liz always enjoys her work at the Alliance. Her previous designs include Ethel; The C.A. Lyons Project; Steel Magnolias; In Love & Warcraft; The Whipping... read more »


  • Director
    Kent is founding director of NYU’s New Studio on Broadway, where he has directed The American Clock, The Wild Party, Drood, Nine, Sweeney Todd, The Seven,... read more »

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