Join our live chat with Jeff Daniels and Hope Davis of 'God of Carnage'
"God of Carnage," the Tony-winning comedy by Yasmina Reza at the Ahmanson Theatre, features a cast of characters who scream, hit and insult each other eight times a week. It's a physically and vocally demanding play that explores the limits of so-called civilized adult behavior.
Jeff Daniels plays Alan, an obnoxious attorney who is glued to his cellphone. Hope Davis is his wife, Annette, a wealth-management executive whose poised professional exterior hides a weak stomach. James Gandolfini and Tony-winner Marcia Gay Harden complete the cast as the rival couple.
Daniels and Davis will be answering your questions in a live chat here on Culture Monster at 1 p.m. PDT Wednesday. The stars will talk about "God of Carnage" and their other work on film, TV and stage.
To schedule a reminder for the chat, just fill out the form below. And be sure to check back here Monday morning for our separate Q&A interview with Reza and translator Christopher Hampton.
-- David Ng
Photo (top): Jeff Daniels and Hope Davis. Credit: Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times
Photo (bottom): Marcia Gay Harden, left, Hope Davis, Jeff Daniels and James Gandolfini in "God of Carnage." Credit: Joan Marcus