Stephen Belber Poster

Other Works

  • (2006) Carol Mulroney (Huntington Theater, Boston)
  • (1997) The Death of Frank (Araca Group, New York City)
  • (1999) Through Fred (Soho Rep, New York City)
  • (1996) The Wake (Via Theater, New York City)
  • (2001) The Transparency of Val (Theater Outrageous, New York City)
  • (2005) Drifting Elegant (Magic Theater, San Francisco)
  • (2003) One Million Butterflies (Primary Stages, New York City)
  • (2008) Finally (Black Dhalia Theater, Los Angeles)
  • (2001) The Laramie Project (Associate Writer) (Union Square Theater, New York City)
  • (2002) Tape (Naked Angels, New York, Los Angeles, London)
  • (2004) Match (Broadway, Tony Nomination for Frank Langella, New York City)
  • (2005) McReele (Roundabout Theater, New York City)
  • (2007) A Small, Melodramatic Story (LAByrinth Theater Company)
  • (September 30, 2008 - November 9, 2008) "Fault Lines," written by Stephen Belber, directed by David Schwimmer, with Noah Emmerich (portraying Joe); Dominic Fumusa (portraying Jim); Josh Lucas (portraying Bill); and Jennifer Mudge (portraying Jess); Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theater, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (2008) Geometry of Fire (Rattlestick Theater, New York City)
  • (November 19 to 21, 2010) Moises Kaufman, Leigh Fondakowski, Andy Paris, Greg Pierotti and his play, "The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later," in a Tectonic Theater Project production at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Moises Kaufman and Leigh Fondakowski were also directors.
  • (February 29 to April 2, 2000) His play, "Tape," was performed in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Vince- Dominic Fumasa (Vince); Stephen Kunken (Jon) and Erica Yoder (Amy) in the cast. Brian Jucha was director.
  • (March 28 to April 6, 2003) He was a writer for the phobic anthology, "Trepidation Nation," in an Apprentice/Intern Company production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the 2002-2003 Actors Apprentice Company in the cast. The writers were Keith Josef Adkins, Hilary Bell, Glen Berger, Sheila Callaghan, Bridget Carpenter, Cusi Craml, Richard Dresser, Erik Ehn, Gina Gionfraddo, Kireten Greenidge, Michael Hollinger, Warren Leight, Julie Marie Myatt, Victoria Stewart and James Still. Wendy McClellan was director.

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