GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Behaving badly never looked so good.
From left actors Carrie McNulty, Amy McFadden, Craig Hammerlind and Sammy A. Publes perform during a dress rehearsal of ‘God of Carnage’ at the Actors’ Theatre in downtown Grand Rapids on Wednesday, April 16, 2014. The performance opens April 17 and goes through April 26. (Emily Rose Bennett | MLive.com)
“God of Carnage,” which opened Thursday, April 17, at Actors’ Theatre, is a pithy little play that quickly strips away any sham of civility and exposes humanity’s baser instincts. But it is done so artfully, with such witty retorts and physical humor, that you don’t know what hit you. […]
Head on over to mlive to read the complete review. If you have already seen the show – leave a comment on the article and let them know what you thought!
There is one more weekend left to see this fantastic show! Tickets can be purchased on the Actors’ Theatre website at atgr.org. Performances are April 24-26 at 8PM
Did you know there is just one more weekend left to catch Looking for Normal, Actors’ final show of the 2012-2013 season! Last week reviewer Sue Merrell saw the show. She gave Looking for Normal 3 out 4 star review on www.mlive.com. From her article:
Although the central issue is one most families will never face, you don’t have to look too far to find lots of “normal” folks with responses that are far too familiar.
You can also preview a trailer of the show, here:
Performances this week are Thursday, Friday and Saturday night at 8:00 PM. Tickets are selling fast, so be sure and reserve yours today by going to http://www.atgr.org and clicking the big green BUY TICKETS NOW button!