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Step OUT to see 'God of Carnage'

Tim Getman and Deborah Hazlett in "God of Carnage"
Tim Getman and Deborah Hazlett in "God of Carnage" - courtesy of Stan Barouh
What: "God of Carnage"
Where: Everyman Theatre, 315 W. Fayette St. 
When: Runs March 13- April 7
Cost: $10-$60 for single tickets

Two couples, the Raleighs and the Novaks, meet one afternoon to discuss a playground altercation between their sons.

What begins as a civilized discussion turns into a heated and hilarious exchange as the two couples butt heads as they discuss marriage, child rearing and the Raleighs' dead hamster. That's the premise of the latest production at Everyman Theatre, "God of Carnage."

Written by French playwright Yasmina Reza, "God of Carnage" has been performed in London and on Broadway. It was made into a movie, "Carnage," in 2011, starring Kate Winslet and Jodie Foster.

Tim Getman and Megan Anderson play Alan and Annette Raleigh. Christopher Bloch and actress Deborah Hazlett play Michael and Veronica Novak. 

"God of Carnage" is the second play that the theater is showing at its new west side home on Fayette Street, across from the Hippodrome. Everyman last month extended the run of its debut play, the Pulitzer Prize-winning  "August: Osage County."

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