Six Dance Lessons Playwright Alfieri's Revolutions Tapped for Film

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Playwright Richard Alfieri's Revolutions, a time-bending work about a reunion of college friends, will be developed for a film adaptation by First Serve Productions.

First Serve has acquired the film rights to the play, which is currently playing its world-premiere engagement at the Barter Theatre in Abingdon, VA. Performances began May 13 and will continue through Aug. 14.

According to producers, the three-actor play "takes audiences on a journey between the present and the 60s as three, closely-intertwined friends experience and reflect on the social, ideological and emotional upheaval that shaped their lives."

Arthur Allan Seidelman, who staged the world premiere, has also been approached to direct the film. Seidelman and Alfieri also collaborated on Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, which is also being adapted as a film by producers Marc Platt, Jerry Offsay, Mark Harris and Jan Korbelin.

The premiere cast of Revolution features Mike Ostroski, Amy Baldwin and Dan Folino. Amanda Aldridge choreographs.

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