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MTS To Present 'All The Rage' Starting 7/30

Manhattan Theatre Source will be presenting All the Rage, written by Keith Reddin and directed by Daryl Boling. It will run from July 30th to August 3rd 2008 Wednesday through Saturday at 8PM.

All the Rage is a darkly comic Jacobean Revenge Tragedy with shades of Robert Altman and Quentin Tarantino.  When Warren shoots and kills a burglar, he sets in motion a chain of violent events that deeply affects ten interconnected lives.  As the labyrinthine tale unfolds in an unnamed city, no one is safe from themselves or each other.  Everybody has a gun and is ready to fire in this outrageous comedy.

All the Rage premiered at Chicago's Goodman Theatre in 1997 and won the Joseph Jefferson Award for New Work. Playwright Keith Reddin also wrote the screenplay to the movie, retitled It's the Rage. The film featured Joan Allen, Jeff Daniels, Andre Braugher, Anna Paquin, Josh Brolin and Gary Sinise and won seven awards at the Milan International Film Festival.  Reddin's other plays include Brutality of Fact, Human Error, and Frame 312.

Director Daryl Boling is one of the founding directors of manhattantheatresource.  His credits include A Lie of the Mind, Saint Frances of Hollywood, The Mandrake, Dark Rapture and Black Comedy/The White Liars.  Regarding Dark Rapture, BackStage raved, "Director Daryl Boling achieves wonderful results with a group of first-rate actors."  The creative team includes Brian Otano (assistant director), Travis McHale (set design), Kia Rogers (lighting design), Kathleen Leary (costume design), Andrew Bellware (sound design) and Carrie Brewer (fight choreographer).  The stage manager is Ben Sulzbach.

Open since 2000, manhattantheatresource (the Source) is an arts service and producing organization in the heart of Greenwich Village.  Recently named "one of the top five Off-Off Broadway theatres" by New York magazine, the Source launched Broadway-bound, Obie Award-winning musical [title of show] and was home to the world premieres of Coronado by Dennis Lehane (Mystic River) and Richard Vetere's Machiavelli.

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