Love and War Mix in Witty Drama Time Stands Still
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The last date listed for Time Stands Still was Saturday April 19, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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Master playwright Noël Coward's Peace in Our Time poses the terrifying, yet intriguing question: What if the Nazis had won the Battle of Britain? Written in 1946, this taut drama exploring everyday life under occupation takes place in a South London pub with a diverse cast of collaborators and rebels, including writers, artists, members of the resistance, working-class Brits and, of course, officers of the Third Reich. The tension builds, leading to a surprising and ironic climax. Main Street Theater's production features a cast of 21, which includes performers from the University of Houston School of Theatre and Dance. Learn More
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This play was substantially nourishing! Every moment was so real to life, I could quit smiling or crying. The set was soooo cool and inventive. Every aspect of this production was top notch. (not to mention the lead woman is a friend of mine. I...continued
This show is recommended for ages 18 and older due to adult language and mature situations.
About the Ticket Supplier: Main Street Theater
In 1975, Houston was a booming, oil-rich metropolis with a growing, sophisticated populace eager for exposure to a wide variety of cultural activities. But with only one resident theater, patrons were inevitably limited in the number and range of theatrical voices they had the opportunity to hear. Furthermore, few professional opportunities existed for the city’s growing community of theater actors, directors, writers and designers. Thus, Main Street Theater, the first of several new theater companies established during the 1970’s, was founded to meet two needs: to offer Houston theatergoers a more varied and challenging selection of plays and musicals and to provide a venue for training, employment and exposure for our city’s professional theater artists.