The Tony award winning God of Carnage by Yesmina Reza begins when a playground altercation between eleven-year-old boys brings together two sets of Newton parents for a meeting to resolve the matter. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed, but as the meeting progresses the four fraught parents begin spinning wildly out of control.

Directed by Paula Plum and featuring Linda Goetz (Doubt, A Picasso), Billy Meleady (All in the Timing, Turn of the Screw), Noni Lewis (Molly Sweeney, All in the Timing) and Newton Nomadic newcomer Conor Seamus Moroney.

"Like a roller coaster ride of character development. Prepare to laugh, no DRAMAmine required". - David Coffin

"Last night restored my faith in the cathartic power of theater.  A delightful resonance for anyone who’s ever done battle with political correctness, hamsters, competitive parenthood/ social mores and of course cell phones versus tulips!  In short – bloody darn funny!" - Steve Vaughan

"This fast paced performance surprises at every turn, hilarious and terrifying and delightful all at once."   - Marilee Ogren

"Brilliant show, truly gripping - the quality you would expect in a major city theatre on your doorstep!" - Andy North

"Amazing.  The transition of the parents' conversational style from controlled reason to hysterical rage was all of uncomfortable, familiar and thrilling".  - Linda Corcoran

"Many laugh out loud moments, as well as moments of horror  and dismay-and recognition of some uncomfortable truths spoken by the characters. Acting was top quality, as usual"
- Ruth Landsman

"Heartbreaking and hilarious at the same time.  I live half a block from Mason Rice Park, these may be my neighbors!" - Ruth Heespelink

"I loved God of Carnage!  The strength of each of the four cast members as they portrayed characters with ever-changing interpersonal dynamics was fantastic!  Thank you!!!" - Jane Lauridsen

"The Newton Nomadic is a gem on the dark ocean floor – I’d like to keep it to myself but truly, it deserves to be the worst kept secret on the Boston Theater scene."  - Steve Vaughan

"God of Carnage is a must see" - Leslee Brooks

"The show was hilarious, all the cast was brilliant. I’d see it again in a heartbeat." - Jeannie Smith

"Funny and thought provoking at the same time with superb acting and lots of twists and turns to keep you on your toes!" - Mary Elizabeth Patti