Time Stands Still Broadway Show
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Emmy Award-winning actress Laura Linney returns to the Manhattan Theatre Club for yet another collaboration with playwright Donald Margulies (Sight Unseen), who is premiering his latest play, Time Stands Still, at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. Linney, known for her work in films such as The Savages and the HBO TV miniseries John Adams, last appeared on Broadway in Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Time Stands Still, a new drama that poses questions about our ability to enjoy happiness in a world filled with so much despair, premiered in early 2009 at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles.
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A journalist and a photographer, who have been in a relationship for several years, are used to visiting war-torn lands. Though they are passionate about their important and difficult work, they must return to their New York home due to on-the-job injury. Accustomed to a far more adventure-filled life abroad, the couple find their greatest challenge is simply learning to live a normal life.
Brian d'Arcy James
Daniel Sullivan (Direction)
Donald Margulies (Playwright)
Summary Sarah, a photographer, and her partner of several years, James, a journalist, have traveled the world documenting the tragedies of war. But following an injurious accident, the couple must face the challenge of settling down to a more conventional life back in the U.S.
Our Recommendation Donald Margulies's new play Time Stands Still is a well-written and well-acted drama (the stellar cast is headed by Laura Linney and Brian d'Arcy James) that examines a couple as they try to adjust to the unadventurous life and to each other in this ordinary context. Most of the questions that Margulies poses - In a world full of pain, is it okay for us to find happiness for ourselves? Is it morally acceptable for a photojournalist to only document tragedy and not intervene to help the injured? - have been asked in similar dramas, so the subject doesn't exactly feel novel, but Time Stands Still does provide a very engaging and emotional evening in the theater.