‘Good Things’ goes to H’wood

Fringe offerings makes bigscreen jump

The latest show to find a life after the New York Intl. Fringe Festival won’t be headed to a bigger theater. It’ll jump to the silver screen.

A movie version of “All Good Things,” a tuner about ’60s band the Remains that preemed during the 2004 fest, will start shooting in Gotham in summer 2006. Emmy winner Michael Stich, who has helmed episodes of “The Bold and the Beautiful” as well as the miniseries “Secrets,” directs the pic, produced by Fred Cantor (also behind the Fringe run) and Ted Winterer.

Scribe Michael Eric Stein will adapt his book for the stage show, and Ryan Link (“Rent”) will reprise his role as the band’s drummer.

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