Reviewed by Patrick Hao The first thing you’ll notice going into Studio A to see Binghamton University’s mainstage production of God of Carnage is how the seats surround three sides of the stage. The seats are angled so that audience members look down onto the stage, much like Roman spectators preparing to watch a battle. In God of Carnage, the battle is between two sets of Brooklyn parents arguing over everything from parenting to gender differences. This pitch-black comedy by Yasmina Reza, translated from the French by...
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