The play is set in an apartment in Paris. Modern Interior.
Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, The God of Carnage relates to an evening in the lives of two couples, residents of a Paris neighbourhood, who meet to discuss a playground incident. Alain and Annette’s son hit Michel and Véronique’s son in the face with a stick, resulting in two broken teeth. The four of them agree to meet and discuss the incident civilly. However, as the evening goes on, and drinks are imbibed the parents become increasingly childish, resulting in the evening devolving into chaos.
|Alain Reille||Conor O’Connell|
|Annette Reille||Sarah Gallagher|
|Véronique Vallon||Anne Delaney|
|Michel Vallon||Pádraig Broe|
|Set Design||Michael Broe|
|Set Construction||Michael Broe|
|Set Decoration||Anne Smyth|
|Stage Manager||Michelle Broe|
|Stage Crew||Killian Delaney|
|Production Co-ordinator||John Lennon|
About the Group
The Moat Club, from Naas in Co. Kildare have been competing on the One Act and Three Act circuit since the late 1950’s. During that time, they have been very successful winning One Act Open All Irelands in 1983, 1989, 1999, and 2016, with top honours in Three Act Open All Irelands in 1974, 1979 and 2000. As well as competing on the circuit, the club produce up to five shows a year from various genres as well as putting on an annual Christmas Pantomime and hosting a One Act Festival.