How refreshing -- a dysfunctional family drama in which you actually give a damn who gets written out of the will.
Kate Walsh will topline Off Broadway play "Dusk Rings a Bell" in an Atlantic Theater Company production opening in May.
There's more than one way to write an anti-war play, and in "Geometry of Fire," Stephen Belber picks the hard way. There are no heroics in this edgy drama about a Marine who comes home from Iraq with…
In the next few weeks, multiple productions will bow Off Broadway that were developed at under-the-radar legit org New York Stage & Film. A pipeline for Gotham theater since 1984, the company's…
The best parts of Stephen Belber's "Fault Lines" are enjoyed with your lips clamped tightly shut around that guilty snicker that will probably get out, egged on by the excellent Dominic Fumusa as a…
Neatly mixing whimsical quirkiness, straight-faced absurdity and affecting melancholy, "Management" is a slight but likable dramedy that signals a promising directorial debut for…
Miramax Films has closed a deal to develop a movie from "This Strange Thing Called Prom," a Brooke Hauser article published in the June 22 edition of the New York Times.
"Lars and the Real Girl" star Ryan Gosling and director Craig Gillespie will reteam on "The Dallas Buyers Club," a drama for Universal Pictures and Strike Entertainment.
First-time feature helmer Amy Glazer, adapting a San Francisco-set play by Stephen Belber, whose 2004 premiere she directed at that city's Magic Theater, delivers an engrossing drama in "Drifting…
Everyone wants Carol Mulroney to be happy. Her father, husband, friend and potential lover all want the heroine of Stephen Belber's new play, world preeming at Boston's Huntington, to simply be I'm…