Prophets Of Nature, by Keith Reddin, author of Frame 312, is set in Nineteenth-Century England and explores the Luddite weavers' violent clash against factory owners at the height of the industrial revolution. This epic-specific new play examines a society in turmoil and is a must-see for anyone wishing to gain a historical perspective on current events.
Keith Reddin's plays have been produced at Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theatre Club, The Public Theatre, Primary Stages, Naked Angels, Ensemble Studio Theatre, as well as regionally and in London and Berlin. Works include: Life and Limb, Rum and Coke, Nebraska, Life During Wartime, Innocents Crusade, Brutality of Fact, Almost Blue, All the Rage, But Not For Me, Big Time, and Frame 312, which was recently produced at the Atlantic Theatre.
Featured in the cast: Rebecca Nelson of Kenneth Lonnergan's The Waverly Gallery, Richard Nelson's Some American's Abroad, Reddin's Brutality Of Fact and the Public's The Erotica Project; Daniel Stewart Sherman of Broadway's The Full Monty and Henry IV and Off-Broadway's Corpus Christi and Mineola Twins; Brennan Brown of Broadway's Major Barbara with Cherry Jones; Greg Stuhr of Reddin's recent Frame 312 with the Atlantic Theater Company as well as Brutality Of Fact (Primary Stages), Can't Let Go (Keen Company) and Broadway's Taller Than A Dwarf.