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  Time Stands Still at McAninch Arts Center

Time Stands Still

McAninch Arts Center
425 Fawell Blvd Glen Ellyn

Love is a battlefield in this production of Donald Margulies's Tony-nominated play, which The New York Times said "crackles with bright wit and intelligence." After being injured by a bomb blast in Iraq, Sarah, a war photographer, returns to the New York loft she shares with her journalist boyfriend, James. Both are adrenaline junkies who feed off the rush of working in the world's deadliest war zones -- but once separated from the danger of violent strife, their greatest conflict lies within as they try to chart a course for their relationship in the aftermath of tragedy. Buffalo Theater Ensemble brings Time Stands Still to McAninch Arts Center in Glen Ellyn.

Thru - Mar 4, 2018

Half Price Tickets

Thursdays: 8:00pm
Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00pm
Sundays: 3:00pm


Show Type: Drama

Box Office: 630-942-4000

www.atthemac.org


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Around The Town Chicago - Highly Recommended

"...Fifty years ago, the Tet Offensive was broadcast into American homes, an event which is generally credited with permanently burying public support for the Vietnam War. It is appropriate, then, that Buffalo Theater Ensemble is currently reviving Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Marguliesís 2009 drama, Time Stands Still. A slice-of-life piece about a photojournalist and her companions, the play examines how the role of war reporters has changed while focusing on the relationship between four richly-written characters who sprang from the mind of an author known for his mastery of subtle interactions."
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Jacob Davis


Chicago On Stage - Highly Recommended

"...Time Stands Still asks us to consider our place in the world and our duties to our fellow human beings as opposed to our duties to ourselves. BTE's production is challenging and arresting: it demands that its audience contemplate issues that, more and more, come into the forefront of our daily lives. We are not all war correspondents literally putting our lives on the line, but today's world begs us to do more than sit back and read the news. This is a thought-provoking, beautifully acted show and easily worth the trip to College of DuPage to see it."
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Karen Topham



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