Seen on Broadway: A season rich in plays welcomes a sterling quartet in God of Carnage, which promises to create as much a sensation as playwright Yasmina Reza’s Art did a decade ago. Reza specializes in taking an insinuating situation—in this case, two sets of parents falling out as they attempt to sort out a schoolyard bullying incident between their 11-year-old sons—and having the actors give full vent to the exasperation that results as their initial civility collapses. I would have ...

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