Posted at: 06/04/2013 8:32 AM
Updated at: 06/04/2013 8:33 AM
By: Scott Doane
When two boys get into an altercation at a park, their parents deal with the fallout. But they end up become more childish than their own children.
That's the premise for the new play opening up at the Duluth Playhouse on Thursday night. The Tony Award-winning comedy "God of Carnage" opens there at 7:30 p.m.
Jason Page plays the father of one of the boys, Alan Reille. He stopped by Good Morning Northland Tuesday to talk about the play and his character.
It is a unique play, in that there are just four main characters. Page said his character is a high-power lawyer, who gets distracted during the meeting with the other set of parents. He tries his best to be a good father, Page said. But he thinks Alan really isn't.
"God of Carnage" runs until June 16. It's showing Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.
For more information and tickets, visit www.duluthplayhouse.org.