‘This play is a riot. Your face will ache from laughing.’ - Herald Sun
‘wildly entertaining… slick and inventive’ - The Age
The other day in the neighbourhood park, little Ferdinand whacked his playmate Bruno with a stick, breaking two teeth. So it is important that the parents of the boys set the right example and sit down to discuss the matter calmly and reasonably. After all, nothing will be gained by behaving like children...
Human nature, red in tooth and claw. Yasmina Reza, the writer who drew maximum laughs from Minimalist art in Art, uses her corrosive wit to strip away the thin veneer of civilization.
Presented by arrangement with David Pugh and Dafydd Rogers
Photography: Earl Carter
Provocateur par excellence
'Everywhere it goes, God of Carnage, by French writer Yasmina Reza, is packing them in and it is likely to do the same in Australia when it opens in four cities this year.' - Rosemary Sorensen. To read the full article click here.