August 29 - October 7, 2012
 

Time Stands Still

By Donald Margulies
Directed by Jason Loewith

This production is generously sponsored by Dr. E. Lee and Bea Robbins

Running time: 2 hours including intermission

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Overview Artists
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Press & News
Reviews

Overview


Official Trailer **New**



"STUNNING! An intimate view of the sacrifices journalists and photographers make, not only on the front lines but also at home." --Morgan Halvorsen, MD Theatre Guide

"FIVE STARS! GRIPPING AND SHOCKING! MOVING AND BREATHTAKING! Captures the essence of lives being torn apart, put back together and everything in-between.” --DC Metro Theater Arts

"REMARKABLE! Typical of Everyman, a thoughtful and solidly integrated production of a play that has much to say." --Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun

"Solid, sensitive, and involving.” --Judy Rousuck, WYPR


Sarah and James – a photographer and a journalist – share a passion for the adrenaline rush caused from reporting in the world’s deadliest war zones. As reporters, their lives are devoted to telling the toughest stories from across the globe. But how do you separate yourself from the action you witness? How do you create an impartial lens? When their own story takes a sudden turn during a bomb blast in Iraq, the wounded Sarah returns home with James to the safety of New York. Pressed to consider settling into a more “conventional” life, Sarah must face her addiction to the drama and chaos of war.


Artists


Cast
   

 Beth Hylton*

Featured Resident Company Member
 Eric M. Messner Mandy Nicole Moore  James Whalen

Creative
 
Author Donald Margulies
Director Jason Loewith
Scenic Design
Daniel Ettinger*
Lighting Design
Jay Herzog*
Costume Design
LeVonne Lindsay
Sound Design
Veronika Vorel
Props Master
Jillian Matthews
Makeup/Prosthetics Morphiage
Stage Manager
Amanda M. Hall*
Dramaturg
Naomi Greenberg-Slovin

 

*Featured Resident Company Member

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Photos


Production Photos from 'Time Stands Still'
Friday, August 31, 2012

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Videos


Official Trailer: "Time Stands Still" (feat. "Life of Risk" by Tommy Tucker)
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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Exclusive Look: "Time Stands Still"
Thursday, August 16, 2012

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Press & News


Beth Hylton Becomes Everyman's Newest Resident Acting Company Member
Friday, October 12, 2012

(Baltimore, MD) Everyman Theatre is pleased to announce the addition of Beth Hylton to its esteemed Resident Acting Company. Ms. Hylton joins ten other noted actors in Everyman’s Resident Acting Company. Everyman Theatre draws on its Resident Company of professional actors when casting for productions each season. The Resident Company establishes a special intensity born of working together season after season to create vivid, dynamic, and layered relationships on stage. More >


Jason Loewith On Directing 'Time Stands Still'
Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Recently, Time Stands Still director Jason Loewith sat down with DC Metro Theatre Arts' Joel Markowitz to discuss his vision for the production, and how his cast and design team brought it to life. More >


Getting to Know: Donald Margulies
Thursday, August 23, 2012

Time Stands Still playwright Donald Margulies was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1954. He is perhaps best known for his Pulitzer Prize winning play Dinner With Friends (2000), which also received many other awards, including the Lucille Lortel and Outer Critics Circle Award. An adaptation of Dinner With Friends has produced several years ago by HBO. More >


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Reviews


Baltimore Sun: 'Time Stands Still' is "Remarkable"
Wednesday, September 05, 2012

“REMARKABLE! TYPICAL OF EVERYMAN, A THOUGHTFUL AND SOLIDLY INTEGRATED PRODUCTION OF A PLAY THAT HAS MUCH TO SAY."
—Tim Sun, The Baltimore Sun More >


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