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Dramatists Play Service, 2006 - Performing Arts - 69 pages
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About the author (2006)

As a playwright, Stephen Belber’s work has been produced on Broadway and in over twenty-five countries. His plays include MATCH (Tony nomination for Frank Langella); DUSK RINGS A BELL (Atlantic Theater Company); TAPE (Naked Angels NY/L.A./London); MCREELE (Roundabout Theater); A SMALL, MELODRAMATIC STORY (Labyrinth Theater Company); GEOMETRY OF FIRE, (Rattlestick); FAULT LINES (Cherry Lane); ONE MILLION BUTTERFLIES (Primary Stages); and CAROL MULRONEY (Huntington Theater Company). He was an Associate Writer on THE LARAMIE PROJECT (Drama Desk and Lortel nominations), and co-writer on the more recent LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER. Movies include “Tape,” directed by Richard Linklater; “The Laramie Project” (Associate Writer/Emmy Nomination for screenwriting); “Drifting Elegant;” and “Management,” which he also directed, starring Jennifer Aniston and Steve Zahn. He is currently developing screen adaptations of both MATCH and MCREELE. Television includes “Rescue Me” and “Law & Order SVU” (staff writer). He is a member of both Tectonic Theater Project and the Labyrinth Theater Company.

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