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Actress says ‘God of Carnage’ shows best, worst of characters

Alan, played by Michael McKenzie, left, checks on his wife, Annette, played by Brenny Rabine, while Brigitte Viellieu-Davis as Veronica and Ken  Krugman as Michael look on during a scene from “God of Carnage,” opening with previews on  Friday at Capital Repertory Theatre. (photo: Joe Schuyler)
Alan, played by Michael McKenzie, left, checks on his wife, Annette, played by Brenny Rabine, while Brigitte Viellieu-Davis as Veronica and Ken Krugman as Michael look on during a scene from “God of Carnage,” opening with previews on Friday at Capital Repertory Theatre. (photo: Joe Schuyler)
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In Yasmina Reza’s “God of Carnage,” none of the four main characters is able to secure the moral high ground for too long, and that’s just fine with Brenny Rabine.

“I love that these characters each behave in shocking ways and that none of them can really walk away with all of his or her dignity,” said Rabine, who plays Annette in the regional premiere of Reza’s 2009 Tony Award winner for Best Play.

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