By Jared Bowen
Jan. 12, 2012
BOSTON — It's blood and gore all over the place in the Boston arts scene this week. Well, more like razor wit, black comedy and red paint.
SpeakEasy Stage Company
Through Feb. 4
Better than the Broadway production.
Hymn to the Earth: Photographs by Ron Rosenstock
Worcester Art Museum
Through Mar. 18
Rosenstock is based in central Mass. but travels around the world taking these transporting photographs. The museum is a hidden gem. Watch the interview on "Greater Boston."
"God of Carnage"
Huntington Theatre Company
Through Feb. 5
Two highly evolved New York couples meet to discuss their children's schoolyard fight — and get into their own fight. Uproarious, raucous and a little tragic.
In limited release at the Kendall and Embassy theaters
Opens Jan. 13
Roman Polanski directs a slightly adapted version of the play with a terrific cast that includes Jodie Foster.
A would-be grown-up "Glee" starring Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton turns out to be carnage on the screen. Not recommended.
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