First Serve picks up 'Revolutions' film rights

Richard Alfieri play planned for New York, Los Angeles

First Serve Prods. has acquired film rights to "Revolutions," a Richard Alfieri play being staged at the Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Va.

First Serve chief Jerry Hanks said the play's director, Arthur Allan Seidelman, will helm the big-screen adaptation. Alfieri and Seidelman also teamed on "Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks," which producers Marc Platt, Jerry Offsay, Mark Harris and Jan Korbelin are developing as a film with Seidelman attached to direct.

Stage productions also are planned in New York and L.A. for "Revolutions," a college-reunion yarn that flashes back to the 1960s.

Based in L.A. and New Mexico, First Serve also is developing coming-of-age film "Chrome Bike" and TV miniseries "A Story of the Renaissance," an eight-hour production set in Italy.