THE GOD OF CARNAGE by Nadir Khan

THE GOD OF CARNAGE by Nadir Khan

Helmed by two supremely talented actresses who have carved a niche for themselves in films as well as on television, The God of Carnage brings to you a dialogue between two couples which gradually degenerates into a spectacular melee. It brutally peels away layer after layer which covers the construct of the aristocratic Indian and the ideal, self-righteous high society parent- all with a generous sprinkling of humour.

The director has achieved a casting coup of sorts by bringing together gifted actors who, besides having a long-standing relationship with the stage, have also made their presence felt in films and on television. Anuradha Menon and Shernaz Patel are beautifully complemented by Sohrab Ardeshir and Zafar Karachiwala. With such mind-blasting actors performing simultaneously, you might just have a hard time deciding who to focus on!

For all you Lola Kutty fans out there, the Old World Theatre Festival gives you a double dose of Anu Menon in One On One Part 2 (where she opens the play with a brilliant solo act) followed by The God of Carnage. Nadir Khan’s satirical take on parenting in the latter will not leave you with a bitter after-taste in your mouth but rather with something to chew on.

Catch the essence of this play in this short trailer: https://youtu.be/2rVJHErJyNE

Catch the play on Oct.18th 7:30 pm. Book online! http://ow.ly/STUok

 

 

 

 

 

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