Sons of the Prophet

FEB 14-MAR 3, 2013
in the Studio Theatre at Walton Arts Center's Nadine Baum Studios

"'Ravishing' is the best word for Stephen Karam's new comedy... At once deep, deft and beautifully made.."
- The New Yorker

by Stephen Karam

Joseph is a young Lebanese-American living in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. With a frustrating job, unexplained chronic pain and a crisis at home, his health, sanity, and insurance premium are on the line. In an age when modern medicine has a cure for just about everything, Sons of the Prophet is a refreshingly honest—and painfully funny—take on how we cope with wounds that won’t heal.

Read the press release (includes cast & crew) >

Recommended for ages 17+.


Thursdays 7:30, Fridays 7:30, Saturdays 7:30, Sundays 2:00 and 7:00

Tickets are $15-34. Under 30? See the show for just $10 through the 30 Under 30 access program, subsidized by private support.  Discounts available for groups.

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Please join us for a special
T2 Artists' Forum: Sons of the Prophet

Saturday, February 2, 2013, 3pm
Walker Community Room, Fayetteville Public Library,
401 W. Mountain St. in Fayetteville

Playwright Stephen Karam, 2012 Pulitzer Prize Finalist and winner of the Drama Critics Circle, Outer Critics Circle & Lucille Lortel Awards for Best Play for his play Sons of the Prophet, joins TheatreSquared artistic director Robert Ford and the director of the upcoming T2 production for a special T2 Artists' Forum hosted by Kyle Kellams of KUAF's Ozarks at Large.  Cast members will perform an excerpt from the play and Kellams will lead a conversation with Karam, Ford and community members about creating Sons of the Prophet and the craft of playwriting. Highlights will be broadcast on KUAF 91.3FM.  Read a New York Times profile of Stephen Karam here.