“God of Carnage” at the Alliance Theatre

God of Carnage is easily the best show I’ve reviewed yet.  It asks questions about humanity’s “natural” instincts, our tendencies towards violence, and the way those various elements interact within the context of “civilized” and “cultured” society.

It’s live on EDGE Atlanta now, so check it out here.

Sex & The Second City

I recently saw Sex and The Second City at the Alliance Theatre’s Hertz Stage.  Though I was familiar with The Second City through their famous alumni, I wasn’t sure what to expect in terms of a production–a mix of improv and traditional theater, Sex and The Second City was supposed to veer slightly from The Second City’s usual brand of improvised comedy, sticking to a semblance of plot and supporting a structure, no matter how wobbly.

Ultimately, I was less enthused by the writing than I was with the performances, which were hilarious in some key moments, though most often falling short of a real “LOL.”

Read my full review for EDGE Atlanta here.