Time Stands Still: Tony-Nominated New Drama
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In this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning drama set in the Bronx in 1964, Sister Aloysius, the principal of a Catholic school in the borough, takes matters into her own hands when she suspects that young newcomer Father Flynn has sexually abused the school's only black student. As she wrestles with her doubts, she questions an idealistic young nun and the mother of the alleged victim, perhaps changing them forever. The 2008 film adaptation, starring Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, Viola Davis and Philip Seymour Hoffman, earned Oscar nominations for all four actors. This gripping drama about suspicion, scandal and the elusiveness of moral certainty stars Karen MacDonald. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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I was hooked into this story from the beginning. Even though the story takes place in an apartment in Brooklyn, they play was written so that you could imagine what took place in Iraq a few months earlier. It was interesting to see how the four characters in the play with different outlooks on life engage with each other. Excellent
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Overall this play was well acted, although at times it lagged. The subject matter is thought provoking and one which I think is good to reflect about. I was unable to hear a handful of lines here and there which was frustrating. I am glad I saw...continued
By Donald Margulies
Directed by Scott Edmiston
Widely hailed as one of the best new plays on Broadway, Time Stands Still is the story of Sarah and James, a photojournalist and foreign correspondent, who are reeling after their recent brush with death while on an assignment. Will their relationship of nearly a decade be more threatened by a traditional go at domesticity than the roadside bombs of Baghdad?