David Schwimmer ("Friends," Caine Mutiny Court-Martial) directs the production, which will officially at the Cherry Lane Theatre Sept. 30 and play through Nov. 2.
The cast features Noah Emmerich, Dominic Fumusa, Josh Lucas and Jennifer Mudge.
Press notes for Fault Lines read: "Whole Foods, Edie Brickell and mini-hot dogs abound in this dark and twisted new comedy, in which a seemingly ordinary boys' night out turns sour for two friends when a stranger forces them to delineate the boundaries between loyalty, conviction and betrayal."
Geoffrey Nauffts, artistic director of Naked Angels said in a recent statement, "Having had such a wonderfully collaborative experience with Steve on our production of Tape in New York, Los Angeles and London, Naked Angels is thrilled to be teaming up with him once again for what just might be arguably his most hilariously disturbing play yet."
Designing Fault Lines are Cameron Anderson (set design), Jason Lyons (lighting design), Mattie Ullrich (costume design), Bart Fasbender (sound design) and Matt Hodges (props). The production is presented by Dark Harbor Stories and Olympus Theatricals in association with The Araca Group and New York Stage & Film. Belber's plays include Match; A Small, Melodramatic Story; Tape; One Million Butterflies; and Carol Mulroney. His screen credits include "Rescue Me," "Law & Order: SVU," "Tape," "The Laramie Project" and the forthcoming film "Management." His play Geometry of Fire will receive its premiere at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in November.
Show times are Thursday-Saturday and Monday at 8 PM, Tuesday and Sunday at 7 PM and Saturday and Sunday at 3 PM. Tickets, priced $60, are available by calling (212) 239-2969 or by visiting www.telecharge.com.
The Cherry Lane Theatre is located in Manhattan at 38 Commerce Street.
For more information go to www.nakedangels.com.