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New Greenwich Theater Company Debuts With GOD OF CARNAGE

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New Greenwich Theater Company Debuts With GOD OF CARNAGE

Greenwich Theatre Company presents God of Carnage.

"We are very pleased to announce the creation and formation of the Greenwich Theatre Company," says Kyle Silver, Executive Director." Our goal is simple and bold: to serve our community by offering thought-provoking professional theater. We are excited to open our doors with a production of Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage, directed by Rob Kennedy. What better way to kick-off back-to-school than a parental mediation that devolves into chaos?"

Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage relates an evening in the lives of two couples as they meet to discuss a playground incident involving their sons. What begins as an innocent squabble between children pivots into an emotionally charged evening and all-out hilarious brawl between adults.

Greenwich Theatre Company (GTC) has plans to become a not-for-profit regional theater in Greenwich, Connecticut. Until finalization, GTC will be operating under the umbrella of The Arch Street Teen Center, with plans to employ Actors' Equity Association contracts.

GTC will also become a proud member of The New England Theatre Conference, drawing from the rich, artistic resources of Greenwich, CT and surrounding communities, including actors, playwrights, and directors from Greenwich and across New England.

"We are extremely fortunate," continues Kyle, "we have amazing relationships with other professional theaters and workshops in the area and our founding artists are industry professionals, as talented and as experienced as you'll find anywhere."

Greenwich Theatre Company is located at 100 Arch Street, an unconventional space bound to generate dynamic and uniquely staged productions. GTC will offer a diverse theater season, featuring classics, new works, Short Play Festivals, as well as plans to present outdoor Shakespeare in the Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in conjunction with The Arch Street Teen Center.

"Stephanie Hazard (New Canaan), Mike Boland* (Fairfield), Wynter Kullman* (Westport), and Jason Peck* (Ridgefield) comprise the cast of God of Carnage. Collectively, they have a multitude of professional stage and screen credits and are all members of the iconic Theatre Artists Workshop founded by Keir Dullea," says Kyle. "We are thrilled to have this amazing talent embody this extraordinary play. This is hard-hitting, must-see theater and we're very proud to be bringing it to Greenwich."

For ticket reservations call: 203-629-5744 or visit www.greenwichtheatrecompany.org


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