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.