Jan 31 2008

Carnage, A Comedy

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CarnageGUEST: V J Foster, Associate Artistic Director at The Actors Gang, plays the character of Reverend Cotton Slocum

Twenty years ago, a play called Carnage, a Comedy, poked fun at the religious right, back when it was barely entering the American consciousness as a formidable political movement. The play was written by Adam Simon, and actor/activist Tim Robbins and is being now revived by the Actors Gang here in LA. Carnage follows the pilgrimage and ultimate demise of a fictitious televangelist named Cotton Slocum, played by V J Foster, who is also the Associate Artistic Director of the Actors Gang.

Carnage, A Comedy opens on February 2nd at the Actors Gang, located at the Ivy Substation, 9070 Venice Blvd in Culver City.

The play will be showing Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 3 pm, February 2nd through March 8th. Call 310-838-4264 for tickets, or visit www.theactorsgang.com.

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