Terry Kinney to direct Heather Graham Off-Broadway

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Heather Graham has been signed to play a movie star in Neil LaBute’s new play, “The Money Shot.” Steppenwolf Theatre’s Terry Kinney will direct the Hollywood comedy making it’s Off Broadway debut this fall — also starring Callie Thorne, Frederick Weller and Gia Crovatin.

The play is about two fading film stars (Graham and Weller) who try to keep their careers going by starring in a new movie from a hot director, who’s all the rage in Tinseltown.

Kinney previously directed LaBute’s “Reasons to Be Pretty” on Broadway.

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