Copenhagen will be filmed for television this spring, the producers of the PBS series "Hollywood Presents" announced. The Michael Frayn drama, which won a 2000 Tony Award for best play, has been adapted for the small screen by the playwright and will be directed by Howard Davies. Filming will begin this spring. No air date has been announced. As of yet, there is no cast for the film. The original London cast featured David Burke, Sara Kestelman and Matthew Marsh, while the Broadway production starred Philip Bosco, Blair Brown and Michael Cumpsty. A touring regional mounting is headlined by Len Cariou. Michael Blakemore directed all the stage productions.
"Hollywood Presents" will air its film of Donald Margulies' Collected Stories on PBS on Jan. 16. Linda Lavin and Samatha Mathis star in the literary two-hander. Margulies himself penned the adaptation for the small screen.
The series debuted in April 2001 with The Old Settler, starring Phylicia Rashad.