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God of Carnage well received by attendees

Yohanny Rodriguez

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Four showings of “God of Carnage” on March 16-18 brought parents, faculty, staff and students to JFK Auditorium.

The performances showcased the skills of fine arts students at Saint Francis and were directed by F.J. Hartland, visiting assistant professor of theater.

God of Carnage is a Broadway play about two sets of parents. One parent’s child has hurt the other at a public park, and the two meet to discuss the matter in a “civilized manner.”

“One of the cool things about theater is that every show can be a bit different,” said cast member Adam Russell.

Most attendees enjoyed the performance.

“The play was well acted. I almost forgot I was at SFU, not a Broadway theater,” said one audience member. “I really enjoyed it.”

Cast member Sean Sifford said the experience gave him a deeper appreciation of the work that goes into theatrical performances.

“It gives me a great respect for people that actually have to do this for a living,” said Sifford.

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God of Carnage well received by attendees