God of Carnage


2021-22 Ticket Information

Timms Centre for the Arts
112 Street & 87 Avenue


Single ticket evening : Adult $25.00, Senior $22.00, & Student $12.00
Single ticket matinee : Adult $20.00, Senior $18.00 & Student $12.00
FLEX passes: Adult/Senior $60.00 & Student $30.00
Discounted ticket prices:
Preview: All $5.00
Half price Mondays: Adult $12.50, and Senior $11.00 & Student $6.00

Walk up sales are cash only. There will be no refunds. Please contact the box office via phone (780-492-2495) or email (uastudio@ualberta.ca) with any questions or concerns.

God of Carnage

by Yasmina Reza
Translation by Christopher Hampton
November 26, 2021 - December 4, 2021
Preview November 25, 2021
Matinee December 2, 2021
(No performance November 28)

Evening performances start at 7:30pm, Matinee performance starts at 12:30pm.

A schoolyard fight between two boys brings their two sets of parents together to deal with the unruly behaviour of their children. But a civilized discussion about whose child is responsible, and whose parenting is at fault, quickly devolves into a childish evening of name-calling, tears and tantrums. Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage is a comedic take on adulthood.

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Box Office Information

This season the Timms Centre daytime box office hours will vary. On performance days, the box office will open 1 hour prior to curtain. At this time, in person box office sales will be cash only. 

PLEASE NOTE: Our mandate is to keep everyone safe while in the Timms Centre for the Arts. We are following all current COVID-19 protocols as dictated by AHS and the University of Alberta. Please visit our Information for Visitors page for all up to date protocols.


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