God of Carnage Walnut Street Theatre Tickets
America’s oldest theatre is going to descend into utter carnage as the God of Carnage Walnut Street Theatre performance gets ready to be staged. This hit comedy play will have you laughing out loud in no time.
The play ‘God of Carnage’ was originally written in French by Yasmina Reza. It was first performed in Paris in January 2008. It was translated to English by Christopher Hampton. Its English translation was performed in London for the first time in March 2008. Both of the versions were highly acclaimed. Its Broadway production won the 2009 Tony Award for ‘Best Play’. God of Carnage Walnut Street Theatre show is expected to live up to the high standards considering the great script and the brilliant production effort.
Moreover, its theme is a universal one that appeals to the masses; it is about parenthood. Its plot revolves around a fight that two children get into at a park. Their parents get together to resolve the issue in a civilized way. As the evening progresses, the opposite happens. The parents start squabbling like children. They get into ridiculous arguments on homophobia, racial prejudice and misogyny. The evening ends in a chaos.
God of Carnage Walnut Street Theatre performance is going to be hilarious as civilized manners are forgotten along the way and discussions turn senseless. In this day and age of pretensions, God of Carnage Walnut Street Theatre tickets will be like a breath of fresh air. This is one carnage you will definitely not like to miss!