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Time Stands Still

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Time Stands Still, Cort Theatre, NYC Show Poster
Cort Theatre

138 West 48th Street
New York, NY 10036

2 hrs
1 Intermission
Important Dates
On Sale
Sep 09, 2010
Sep 23, 2010
Oct 07, 2010
Jan 30, 2011
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Critics’ Reviews

"A powerful drama in a flawless production... Time Stands Still is Donald Margulies’ finest play since the Pulitzer Prize-winning Dinner With Friends. His dialogue crackles with bright wit and intelligence. Laura Linney is an actress of unusual economy and grace. Brian d'Arcy James is a remarkably versatile actor who has never been better than he is here. Alicia Silverstone brings intelligence and humor to her character, and Eric Bogosian is terrific."

Review by Charles Isherwood from The New York Times

"Time Stands Stll soars! Laura Linney is remarkable as Sarah. Her unmannered lucidity and utter lack of vanity make Sarah convincing and sympathetic. Brian d’Arcy James gives a vital performance. Eric Bogosian is winning and Alicia Silverstone gives Mandy warmth and substance."

Review by Elysa Gardner from USA Today

“**** Laura Linney is sublime in Daniel Sullivan’s deftly directed production. She keeps you glued from word one. Eric Bogosian and Alicia Silverstone hit all the right notes. Brian d’Arcy James has never been better. He gives a highly charged performance. Donald Margulies writes with intelligence and humor and creates dialogue that always hits the ear as real.”

Review by Joe Dziemianowicz from New York Daily News

“Smart, stylish and timely. Under the savvy direction of Daniel Sullivan, Donald Margulies’ play is layered with an intriguing seriousness that inspires discussion after the curtain comes down."

Review by Michael Kuchwara from Associated Press

“**** Once again, the masterful Daniel Sullivan has taken a play and given us the smartest version of it possible. All four characters are treated with respect and acted with skill. Manhattan Theatre Club’s naturalistic production may well leave you wounded.”

Review by Adam Feldman from Time Out New York