Fatal Attraction: A Greek Tragedy will open at an Off-Broadway theatre to be announced in June, according to a press release. Timothy Haskell will direct the play, which was penned by Alana McNair and Kate Wilkinson. Feldman will star in the role created on screen by Michael Douglas. No other casting has been announced.
Corey Feldman's numerous film credits include "Goonies," "Lost Boys," "Gremlins," "Stand By Me," "License to Drive," "The 'burbs" and "Bordello of Blood." He has also been seen on the small screen in "The Bad News Bears" and the first season of the reality series "The Surreal Life."
The 1987 film "Fatal Attraction" — written by James Dearden and Nicholas Meyer — featured Michael Douglas as Dan Gallagher, a married man whose one-night affair with Alex Forrest (Glenn Close) turns deadly. The film was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture.