BWW Review: 1976 Satire Becomes 2018 Reality in Ivo van Hove and Lee Hall’s Striking Adaptation of NETWORK

The audience loudly booed at the end of last Saturday night’s preview performance of the new Broadway offering based on Paddy Chayefsky’s Oscar-winning screenplay for the 1976 film classic Network. Seriously, the great majority of viewers at the Belasco Theatre angrily booed what they were seeing onstage, a good many of them yelling out profanity-laced objections. Undoubtedly, playwright Lee Hall and director Ivo van Hove must have been delighted.
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India’s ‘Pilgrims’ Thriller Heading for Film Adaptation

Singapore firms, Aurora Media and Darpan Global have teamed to set up best-selling Indian novel “Pilgrims in the Dark” (“Timirpanthi”) as a feature film. The companies previously optioned film rights to the Gujurati-language novel by Dhruv Bhatt. Award-winning playwright and director Dakxin Bajrange is now attached to direct the thriller from a screenplay written by […]

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