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Stage to Screen NYC Stage to Screen gives plays previously produced a life beyond the stage. Live theater only allows for a finite group of people to experience these great stories. By adapting our plays to film, a wider audience can experience them.

Stage to Screen gives plays previously produced a life beyond the stage. Live theater only allows for a finite group of people to experience these great stories. By adapting stage plays into content for the screen, a wider audience can experience them. Our unique process of using live theater to develop content for the screen allows for a full rehearsal process and a public performance period. As a result the script is honed, actors deepen their understanding of character, and the stories are enriched. The demand for ‘small screen’ content is growing. Cable channels, streaming services, websites, and even airlines are actively seeking out short form content. We hope Stage to Screen can help fill those needs.

Official production stills from our short film STILL HAPPY. Written by Alan Zweibel and directed by Fred Berner, with Sc...
02/13/2020

Official production stills from our short film STILL HAPPY. Written by Alan Zweibel and directed by Fred Berner, with Scott Adsit and Tom Wright.

Official production stills from our short film STILL HAPPY. Written by Alan Zweibel and directed by Fred Berner, with Scott Adsit and Tom Wright.

Check out these behind the scenes photos from our fourth Stage To Screen film STILL HAPPY, shot on location in Sarasota,...
02/13/2020
Go Behind the Scenes: "Still Happy" — STAGE TO SCREEN NYC

Check out these behind the scenes photos from our fourth Stage To Screen film STILL HAPPY, shot on location in Sarasota, FL! Written by Alan Zweibel and directed by Fred Berner, with Scott Adsit and Tom Wright.

Behind the scenes photos of the Stage To Screen film "Still Happy". Directed by Fred Berner, written by Alan Zweibel, starring Scott Adsit and Tom Wright.

www.stagetoscreennyc.com/press/2020/2/12/still-happy-sffAlan Zweibel Tim Harms J.j. Kandel #shortfilms #StageToScreen #S...
02/12/2020
"STILL HAPPY" at 26th Annual Sedona International Film Festival — STAGE TO SCREEN NYC

www.stagetoscreennyc.com/press/2020/2/12/still-happy-sff
Alan Zweibel Tim Harms J.j. Kandel #shortfilms #StageToScreen #ScottAdsit #TomWright #FredBerner

The Stage To Screen short film directed by Fred Berner, written by Alan Zweibel, with Scott Adsit and Tom Wright, will screen twice at the 26th annual Sedona International Film Festival in Shorts Program #4 on Thursday, February 27th at 7:00pm and Saturday, February 29th at 1:00pm.

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GOOD LUCK (IN FARSI) wins at Williamsburg Independent Film Festival!  https://www.stage2screennyc.com/whats-happening/20...
11/20/2017
GOOD LUCK (IN FARSI) wins at Williamsburg Independent Film Festival!

GOOD LUCK (IN FARSI) wins at Williamsburg Independent Film Festival! https://www.stage2screennyc.com/whats-happening/2017/11/19/good-luck-in-farsi-wins-at-williamsburg-independent-film-festival Gia Crovatin Elizabeth Masucci Williamsburg Independent Film Festival

Congratulations to the cast and crew of GOOD LUCK (IN FARSI) on winning Best Comedy Short at the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival! Congratulations to Neil LaBute for winning Best Screenplay and to Gia Crovatin for winning Best Actress (Comedy).

There could be Stage to Screen in the works here...#ShortFilmsNYC Throughline Artists Summer Shorts
08/02/2017
Summer Shorts

There could be Stage to Screen in the works here...#ShortFilmsNYC Throughline Artists Summer Shorts

Series A is a NY Times Critics Pick!!! #SummerShortsNYC #ShortPlaysNYC #countdowntosummer #CriticsPick #SeriesA

"she [Melissa Ross] neatly captures the ebb and flow of a conversation — the passive-aggressive jabs, the bad-faith questioning, the illogical leaps, but also the underlying affection and trust earned over during a long relationship."

"Alan Zweibel supplies the sugary filling in the Series A sandwich with “Playing God,” a comic interlude in which the Supreme Being (Bill Buell) punishes a callow doctor (Dana Watkins) by taunting him into a game of squash"

“Acolyte,” which concludes Series A of 59E59 Theaters’ annual Summer Shorts mini-festival, is so tantalizing that you want to know more about what happened, yet it also works perfectly in 30 tight minutes"

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/01/theater/review-an-ayn-rand-affair-and-gods-squash-game-at-summer-shorts.html?rref=collection%2Fdu-guide-theater%2Ftheater-guide&action=click&contentCollection=undefined®ion=stream&module=stream_unit&version=latest-stories&contentPlacement=8&pgtype=collection

Summer Shorts 2017 | Plays Announced
07/10/2017
Summer Shorts 2017 | Casting Announced

Summer Shorts 2017 | Plays Announced

SUMMER SHORTS 2017 is funded, in part, through major gifts from Frank Brunckhorst, The Fagenson Family, Jeffrey S. Gould Foundation, Harry Lipstein, The Harry & Anita Mayer Foundation, Susan Merinoff, Ilene Rosen, Jerome and Christine Ponz, David Stone & Jennifer Brown Stone, and The Theodore & Rene...

04/18/2017
"GOOD LUCK (IN FARSI)" | Trailer

Good Luck (in Farsi) is the latest Summer Short turned Short Film under the Stage to Screen Initiative! Check out the trailer here: #stage2screennyc #summershortsnyc #labute #lifeaftersummer #shorts

https://vimeo.com/212933525

A comic tale of two actresses vying for the same role on a television show. They sit in a casting office waiting their respective turns while looking for ways to…

Wonder if any of these plays will make it to the big screen...
06/24/2016
Summer Shorts

Wonder if any of these plays will make it to the big screen...

It all starts July 22nd!

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Stage to Screen gives plays previously produced a life beyond the stage.

Live theater only allows for a finite group of people to experience these great stories. By adapting our plays to film, a wider audience can experience them.

Our unique process of using live theater to developed content for the camera allows for a full rehearsal process and a public performance period. As a result the script is honed, actors deepen their understanding of character and the story is enriched for audiences as only the stage can provide.

The demand for ‘small screen’ content is growing. Cable channels, streaming services, websites, and even airlines are actively seeking out short form content. We hope Stage to Screen can help fill those needs.

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